hans muster wrote:
Do passionfruit grow at your place? Or luffa?
Then you would have two uses for the structure, or even three if you divert the water next to the vine.
On wikipedia you can see a few examples, without building underneath.
All the best
Natasha Abrahams wrote:There is also an entire rocket stove forum here on permies - rocket stoves are designs that allow you to use less wood, even twigs and brush rather than logs.
Rufaro Makamure wrote:In the kitchen garden, I have been spraying recent seedlings with water that I am getting after boiling onions and chillies, everyday before the sun sets. The number of seedlings eaten over night has reduced greatly. Today the was only one with part of its leaf chewed on, instead of the whole plant. The experiment that I repeated and has proved to be the least strenuous is that of planting marigolds together with the seedlings. I have planted the rest of the marigold seeds I have, the good news is the marigolds l planted first are almost flowering so I will be getting more seeds from there. I guess there is extra effort that is required to control pests when using randomly collected mulch.
I suggest huckleberry pie. But the only thing on the gluten free menu is this tiny ad:
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