Steve Landau wrote:I have a field which we are trying to grow some fruit trees. -
See photo linked here:
The field has lupine, goldenrod, and other brambles, etc. which are very prolific. I need to scythe the area every 4 weeks to keep it under control.
I have used some woodchip mulch, but the plants grow thru it quickly. I don't want to use cardboard.
What are other options to suppress the other stuff growing in the field so I can plant more undesrtory plants.?
Brad Davies wrote:DVD Ideas:
Lowlands, Chinampas, Aquaculture
Something aimed at areas that receive significant amounts of snow fall. Montana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Up state NY, New England area. I guess that would include our neighbors to the north as well.
Permaculturally designed dwellings, new construction and retro fitting of existing structures.
You obviously already know what that would be about.
Cause lets face it Geoff, your a fun guy.