Peter Janssen

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The Netherlands
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Hello,

I've heard some stuff about a bio digester that does not produce methane but hydrogen. Does someone know if this could be done at home? That would be very interesting if it could be done.

Greets Matis
5 years ago
Hello,

Does somebody know where to get fresh wild rice seeds in Europe?

Greetings,

Matis
I'd love to take place in the course but it makes me sad that you have to be at least 18
I can't buy them from Fedco seeds because they only send to America.

I wanted them for the next year, in the case that the seed law in Europe will continue that only licensed seeds from large argo companies are legal.

Greetings Matis
6 years ago
Hello,

I've been searching for Duborskian Rice seeds but I can't find them in Europe.
I would love to have these seeds, I can pay you for them if you'd like!

I'm testing all kinds of grains in my garden, I have golden giant amaranth, kamut, perennial rye, but I cant find Duborskian Rice >
If you have these you make this 14 year old kid really happy
6 years ago
Hi all,

My name is Matis and I'm 14 years old. I've made my own site about my permaculture experiences. This is the site (it is done on weebly since I can't afford a www right now).

www.mypermaculture.weebly.com

The site is still in progress and there is a blog on it so the site will change often!

Greetings Matis
6 years ago
Is breadfruit resistant to low temperatures around 5 degrees Celsius?
6 years ago
Well, the title says it all:

What kinds of plants would you grow when you are in zone 10b, 1200 millimeters of rain (47 inches), clay soil with rock dust and rocks, no rain from June to August, most rain is in spring, then winter and then autumn. Lots of hills so difficult to make swales.
Here are some pics from the native woods and the major pioneer plant (fig cacti)

http://forums.permaculturenews.org/a...hp?albumid=133

I'm thinking of these:

Winged bean
Pigeon pea
Perennial cucumber
Perennial peppers (hanabero, ají dulce etc)
tree tomato
Cherimoya
Olives
Pomegranates
Figs (they are a weed so you dont need to grow them)
Loquats
Lemon guava
fejioa
runner bean
lima bean
walnuts
dates
avocado
air potato
chinese yam
sweet potato
lychee
jackfruit
macadamia
carob

Thank you
6 years ago
Hmm, well it actually sounded too good to be true.
Unfortunately...
6 years ago
Hello,

I saw the saphonian wind turbine. It looked great but, does it really works?
And is it possible to make one by yourself?

Greetings, Matis
6 years ago