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in relation to this old post, I found the following link:


Looks like the method of growing small forests quickly contains at least:

  • Soil amendment, 1-time digging-in of organic matter
  • Planting trees so close as that they compete for light
  • Infuse mushrooms if necesary
  • Mulching

  • Has anyone experience with imitating this method? I would love to try it with a mix of native and fruit trees ...
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