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I've been trying to find the link to that wonderful video on You Tube of that person (called Diane??) who does no-till, especially for her peppers but my memory is failing me and I can't find it.  Please can someone help me? ops:
 
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Stumbled on it - not Diane atall but Helen Atthowe !!!
 
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Have you also looked at "A Fukuoka Inspired Permaculture Garden"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugFd1JdFaE0

I recently made next years veggie beds the same as the video above & started putting a deer proof fence / blackberry & raspberry hedgerows around it.

One of the beds was already planted with cabbage, onions (3 kinds), daikon, turnips, beets, bok choy and flax
 
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Pakanohida wrote:
Have you also looked at "A Fukuoka Inspired Permaculture Garden"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugFd1JdFaE0



Nice video, thanks.

I get the impression that many permaculture areas get ample rainfall through the year.

Here there is an average rainfall of 14 inches per year, which comes in just a few months in the winters.
 
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johnlvs2run wrote:
Nice video, thanks.

I get the impression that many permaculture areas get ample rainfall through the year.

Here there is an average rainfall of 14 inches per year, which comes in just a few months in the winters.



I certainly do.. here is my area's stats.

Jan Temp 36 to 53 F
Apr Temp 40 to 59 F
Jul Temp 50 to 71 F
Oct Temp 42 to 66 F

Annual Precip 55.5 inches

 
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