Joel Hollingsworth wrote:
An important method is that he sows very thickly, and harvests very often & intelligently.
My impression is that he works to craft a mix that offers many seeds an opportunity to try out many situations, and lets the health of various species as they develop determine the mix that grows up out of what was seeded.
Ludi, i would love to know which kind of seeds to you sow in the same bed!
Can you explain what you mean by sowing thickly? From the looks of it in the videos it seems that our definitions of thickly might be different. I'm a complete novice when it comes to gardening so I think my preconceived notion of thickly is off.
Thanks in advance!
Vegetable growers sometimes grow mustard as a green manure. Its main purpose is to act as a mulch, covering the soil to suppress weeds between crops. If grown as a green manure, the mustard plants are cut down at the base when sufficiently grown, and left to wither on the surface... -wiki
soil, you mostly toss seeds on bare ground or into vegetation?