Isabelle Gendron wrote:Does he strats his carrots in flats like the other crops? Can we transplant the seedlings?
Aljaz Plankl wrote:William, have you left soil bare at any time of the year?
Aljaz Plankl wrote:Okey, thanks for sharing.
I guess straw doesn't provide enough for hard clay soil.
In years of mulching i have found out that the best mulch is partly rotten, compost almost.
Charles Dowding started his one acre garden on clay soil, with compost/one year old manure on top.
Compost on top is one of the best options.
Aljaz Plankl wrote:no-dig garden at my place.../quote]
At 0.28 there are some boiling greens that our friend from Romania has and gave us seeds for. Do you know the name?
Thanks sorry for the interruption.
Aljaz Plankl wrote:William, this year i mulch mainly with compost and leafmold.
Leafmold cuts down the amount of compost used for half.
Leaves are easy to transport, are widely available everywhere in fall and can be made in leafmold with regular turning very fast.
Isabelle Gendron wrote:this year I have sooooo many snails.
Enrique Garcia wrote:We are trying some sunken bed hugelkultur here in Vegas . will let everyone know how it turns out
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