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Tyler Ludens

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since Jun 25, 2010
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Recent posts by Tyler Ludens

I believe Edible Acres in New York state sells sea berry and many other cuttings.
3 months ago
I also recommend Garlic Chives!  They are utterly unkillable and pollinators love the flowers.
4 months ago
I’ve had great success using deep mulch of tree and shrub prunings, leaves, and wood chips to transform an overly hot exposed rocky clay soil.  About three years ago the garden was a dead Bermuda grass lawn with a couple of tiny sad fruit trees. Now the little peach tree is huge and bearing peaches.
4 months ago
Beware of the weight of the assembled forest!  Make sure you have adequate equipment to transport them.
4 months ago
It's important to have some filtered shade over vegetables during the summer, in my experience. I grow Moringa, which freezes to the ground but comes back and can grow 10 feet in a season. Honey Locust might also work.
4 months ago
I'm in central texas. I tried aquaponics and failed miserably, killing multiple batches of fish and producing almost no vegetables. It was expensive to set up and never paid for itself.
4 months ago
Oops sorry, the correct name is SKIP!
5 months ago
Once you locate the area you want to grow in, try to connect with local permaculturists.  They may know of someone who wants to sell or bequeath land. For instance, our ultimate plan for our land is to find a younger person or family to live here and eventually inherit our place. Paul's OTIS program (I might be getting the same wrong) is about connecting older land owners with younger people looking for land.
5 months ago
Sharing this video by David:
5 months ago
I'm following the Grocery Row Garden model in both my main food garden projects. The most developed is the one at my friend's yard in San Antonio Texas. Thank you, David, for being such a constant source of inspiration.
5 months ago