Michael Sohocki wrote:Redhawk,
...how do you know how MUCH clay?
And whether what you're doing is working? Is there a mason jar-type test for this, where you can measure the absorption speed/volume, then calculate pounds of clay per foot of surface of x material?
It seems someone would have come up with a model for this. It would sure be a useful step for a lot of people to circumvent the costs of a laboratory.
Wayne Mackenzie wrote:...I’m now having success with trees that I would have never thought of using for pioneers in my sandy desert soil without irrigation.
Cristo Balete wrote:I've had the best luck with trench hugelculture,.
John Saltveit wrote:Great ideas, people. Also think about pomegranates, apricots, and all kinds of fruit bearing palms when your soil is ready.
Seems my wife is probably not going to stay.
Why should I lose weight? They make bigger overalls. And they sure don't make overalls for tiny ads:
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture showhttp://permaculture-design-course.com/