Bryant RedHawk wrote:
In many places with mostly dry weather for years, many do not understand the very real need for doing the earth works in order to be ready for when a sudden deluge occurs.
mostafa ismail wrote:How are you Bryant ,
the farm is in Egypt 100 km south of Cairo , that would be south of Giza , yes it's desert not really sand , no bedrock in 5 meter deep as far as I know
I am having grape by now which produce so little , I would like to grow other kind of fruit plum if there is a chance , I would like to grow vegetable lot of kinds ,
by the way I don't know any farm in the whole of Egypt which do permaculture , if there is it's not 100 k m of where I live , or where my farm is
and for sure not 400 k m in the south
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