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Alan Chadwick, Pioneer Organic Gardener

 
Carlos Martin
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An excellent website dedicated to the work of pioneering organic gardener, Alan Chadwick, can be found at the following location: Alan Chadwick. You can listen to recordings of Chadwick's lectures, see photographs, read accounts by his former students, view videos of Chadwick's garden, and much more. A great resource for those interested in the Biodynamic French Intensive System, or in the history of this great man.
 
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Thanks for the link, chadwick has done some amazing work.

Go to Bountiful Gardens website and get a pack of Alan Chadwicks Rodan Lettuce seeds. It is a great romaine lettuce for french intensive. Grows tight and tall, and for me at least it grew in a spiral up. Relly great market lettuce.
 
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Carlos, thanks for posting this and Travis for bumping it back up after two years..........I hadn't heard of him and now I wonder why? I'm just starting to read the info in the link. Maybe there are some videos, etc. that we can add to this thread.

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Boy, I could stick around here and feel important if I was good at ignoring reality!
 
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here are some videos.....





 
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