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Location: Southeast Michigan
posted 2 years ago
Hey there, fellow permies.
I was planning out
bed today, and thought I'd share two great resources I've been using with you folks here.
This is a list of
with known allelopathy to avoid.
Anything in the "slightly" category
be fine, but even a little moderate or strongest could work.
has said in an interview having some allelopathic woods mixed in can lead to more diverse soil life.
I like that they cite sources.
This site is one I used more as a woodworker, but could be useful in
It has information on things like hardness, rot resistance, toxicity to people, density of different woods.
I hope someone finds use from them.
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