Cassandra Mieslik wrote:Also I noted a reply that "edible" has to do with each person's taste, some berries that are listed as edible taste terrible! I agree with that, has happened to me lots of time when I've picked different berries from wild plants.
John Polk wrote:I would try mowing the grass as short as possible, then sow a fairly thick blanket of buckwheat. It grows so fast, the grass may not get enough sun to regrow. Buckwheat is neither a grass, nor cereal, but grows like them, tall and erect. It is often grown as a smothering crop.
Sylvain Picker wrote:Planting on recently logged land seems attractive but there is two points that could cause problems: very high rate of "weeds" growth and Honey fungus, or Armillaria. I have been told that Armillaria could severely damage new orchard plantings done on logged land. Does anybody heard about it ?