Tracy Kuykendall wrote:To many unknowns in that question. What prey species, what predator species, etc.. It will depend on how limited you are by regulations etc.. Check with other animal growers/farmers in your area, also with the government agricultural district to see what kind of information is available.
ev kuhn wrote:as for you, Maja, you never disclosed your location, for all I know your scandinavian winters can be a zone 7 in Denmark or at the scandinavian west coast
well, there is some zone 6 even in northern GA
now help me understand why you need such extreme cold hardy chestnuts, please
Akiva Silver wrote:That's really interesting. I don't know very much about European climates. I have read about old chestnut forests in the Italian Alps, and orchards in the UK, but perhaps those are warmer climates than you. It's surprising to me that after all this time, no one in Europe has found chestnuts that do well in cool climates.
John Elliott wrote:
My recommendation? Collect up all the biomass, dry it out and burn it, and then use the ash as filler in concrete projects. Once your cadmium and copper are encased in concrete, they will be much less of a problem for you.