Kristen Schroder wrote:
There seems to be a contradiction between permaculture and native prairie plants.
Casie Becker wrote:plants that were more palatable to their tastes. With this in mind, plants that focused their development on more survival traits may not be as palatable as you'd hope.
Tyler Ludens wrote: The combination of cold winters and hot dry summers is just killer. I would like to see more information about food forests under these conditions. I don't really know where to look for it, or even if many people are doing work in that area. Most food forests seem to be in subtropical or moist climates.
Kristen Schroder wrote:i also found a description for our climate- humid subtropical with dry summers and wet winters. which is definitely the opposite of what much in the literature i've found speaks to
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