Thekla McDaniels wrote:Hello Pomegranate enthusiasts!
I still have my seedling, now about 4 or 5 years old. I have moved and moved, and brought just one seedling along. Now I have settleed, and am at 6000 feet. In unpacking, I found the pomegranate seeds others donated to my project years ago. I have enough to share, and think that's a better uyse for them thean letting them age in storage.
I am interested in trading, rooted cuttings or seeds. What have you pomegranate people got?
PM me, OK?
James Landreth wrote:I think the biggest thing that people don't think about is water. Many people don't think about the fact that their water source is dependent on electricity. I see a lot of really wonderful farms that are sustainable in many ways but don't have a secure water source. Water isn't just about hydration and hygiene. Growing food requires it in many, many circumstances. I don't know of anyone whose diet is significantly made up of food that wasn't irrigated. Many people are trialing growing orchards from seed with no water, which is cool, but no one currently eats a big proportion if their diet from it, that I know of.
Even irrigating from a pond requires electricity. And if the grid is down, it's likely that maintaining or buying new solar panels will not be feasible
Dana Martin wrote:
Paula Broadfoot wrote:I love creeping jenny as a ground cover. Supposed to be good for wounds, but it can also be invasive. Not a problem where I am letting it run.
Is that the same plant as bind weed "Convolvulus arvensis"? I have this morning glory ALL OVER! It is the bane of my existence! I have been struggling with that plant from hell for 12 years now. I would recommend anyone not to let that devil weed get out of control. I swear if you sit long enough at my place you will have one if not 2 of those devil plants trying to climb you. My poor clover is gets choked out by that stuff. I spend at least 2 hours a night pulling that shit. I will compost them until they get the seeds on them. Then into the fire they go. I bet i pick probably 3 or 4 5 gallon buckets worth every night. I do have poor soil so i know its trying to be a ground cover but uggghhhhhh!