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Hello everybody. I am a 26 year old that has recently started a small garden/animal project near the place where I live.
I want to be active in this community, looking for interesting ideas to implement into my own project, as welk as sharing what I have done myself. I will start with a video of my first ever project, preparing the garden beds where I eventually planted onions and garlic.
All best
Peter

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21cvkjYxM-Y[youtube]

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... Yeah, and if anybody knows how to embed a video on this forum, that would be a great help.
 
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Welcome Peter.
Just click the YouTube Tab and insert the video address.
 
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Good morning Peter! Welcome to Permies!
Lots to learn about here, it's quite an interesting and fun place :)
To embed a video:
The text input window that you post in has a line of little boxes across the top, that say  B I U strike tt Quote etc (bold, italic, underline, etc)  one of the says Youtube. Get your video link copied, then hit that button, it will pop up a little box, paste your link in it, and it's embedded.



It looks like the code to type it in would be [youtube --- [/youtube  with the bracket ends, since it looks like you were typing your code.

I look forward to seeing what you do! :)
 
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Hello everybody,
Today I decided to use up the 2 year old compost and spread it around the garden. Do you think its a good idea to use compost like this? How do you use it?

I had tons of work with my trees. I will be posting a video lol. But idk what to do with all the branches. Any good permaculture ideas?
 
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You can make biochar with the branches.
Or just let them be or mini-hugelculture
 
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S Bengi wrote:You can make biochar with the branches.
Or just let them be or mini-hugelculture



Wow you killed it with the hugelculture. I didnt even know this is a thing, I had some wild ideas like that but seeing it as a thing js awesome.
I watched some videos including thks one

And it is a great idea.

However, I see they dont recomend using cherry branches. I hope plumb branches peach and apricon branches will do fine.

Biochair would be a bit hard with fresh wood.

 
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