scott pratt

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since Mar 04, 2012
I pick a banjo, have done some work with a few bands. I read some of Joel Salatin's books ( and got to meet him) a few years ago and decided that maybe gardening might be a pretty decent idea.
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I live in Georgia and we have a heap of coyotes. I have read about how the native americans were able to train them to heard buffalo and what not. And was wonding if there was someway
you could use coyotes to your benefit in a similar manner or at least find someway to cohabitate with them. Joel Salatin would often make "bait" somewhere else so that they would be distracted from
his chickens. I like that approach, but I figured since they are such a smart animal if there was some way to train them to be an asset on the farm.
6 years ago
This is somewhat random, and doesn't answer the starting question but does anyone here know of companion plants for blueberries? So far I have clover, and have thought about putting strawberries near by, and some other flowering plants to attract bees. Is there some type of plant that is blueberries's true companion like corn and beans, or tomato and marigold?
7 years ago