Todd Parr wrote:Redhawk, I can tell you one thing I would like to see in any book I read that pertains to vast, complex subjects like this. Somewhere at the end, have a summary that is a step-by-step overview to accomplishing the task so the information isn't overwhelming. I would love to see it broken down into simple broad steps, like:
step 1 - clear the area - see chapter one for various methods
step 2 - plant your cover crop - see chapter two for cover plants by season
step 3 - turn the cover crop into soil - chapter x for methods
Rather than read a 300 page book and trying to figure out what to do, I can look at a list that tells me how to get started, look over the information that pertains to that, and get out on my property and get started with SOMETHING, without worrying about what to do next, or whatever. I find it extremely motivating if I know exactly how to start, there is no confusion as to the order of things, and I have subsequent steps laid out for me.
Bryant RedHawk wrote:hau Joel, this thread should have some missing links for your knowledge, it just will take me some time to get everything posted. I am going in hopefully a logical order, if you don't know what you are starting with how are you going to improve it correctly?
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