Dylan Kirsch wrote:I am trying to prepare roughly 3 to 4 acres of my land for seeds. I don't want to rototill the land. Right now I'm about halfway through cutting the trees down to make way for all the seeds. I live in Alaska and it's a very thick black spruce forest so when what's left after I clear the area is a ton of stumps flush with the ground and moss that completely blankets everything else. I have until about may to start brocasting my seed mixes. I've been burning the trees and saving the ashes in 5 gallon buckets to use later as a fetilizer. ( I have pretty acidic soil) I am ok with spending a Little money on 10 yard loads of topsoil to scatter around but I would prefer to do it as cheap as possible.
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