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My first hugelkulture berm any tips and advice are appreciated  RSS feed

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This is my first hugelkulture berm. What do you guys think? so far my spruce tree has successfully sprouted and seems to be doing well any tips or advice for my next one?
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Nice berm, Dylan. A bit bare for my tastes, though. Are you sure you don't want to add something? Maybe wood chips?

You might also be lacking in mineral soil. Just a thought.

Otherwise, you might want to pee on this one occasionally. Something tells me it might go nitrogen deficient.

(Hilarious. You keep doing what you're doing.)

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