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Permaculture is a modern term referring to the best cialis price the best site use of ecology as the basis for designing integrated systems of food production, housing, appropriate technology, and community development. Permaculture is built upon an ethic of where to buy cheap zithromax online caring for the earth and http://obudaantikvarium.hu/viagra-with-no-prescription-in-britain interacting with the environment in mutually beneficial ways. Permaculture practitioners design human systems based on natural ecosystems. In this Section we explore not just what permaculture means but how its principals can be implemented in almost every aspect of our life.

Why Mulch? Because it's Great.

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Written by Adam Mohammed

 

 To start off, I need to say that mulching is pretty much my favorite thing to buy cheapest propecia click now do. You know that feeling you get when putting a blanket over a sleeping child? Warm, cuddly, and fuzzy all over? Same deal. Aside from keeping roots warm and cozy in the winter, mulching your garden has a huge number of benefits.
 

Dandelions; understanding their role

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Lets take a look at the dandelion, one of our most common 'weeds', and one of my favourite. Dandelions are a 'pioneer' species, experts at living in damaged areas and repairing the soil. They're the buy cheap accutane first step in the transformation of a damaged area back to a forest. Aside from being beautiful (I always thought that a field filled with yellow flowers was preferable over short cut green grass), they're useful in almost every way a plant can be. They improve the soil, they're edible, and medicinal.

 

Weeds! Understanding them and their Uses

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What is a 'weed'? Typically we humans describe a plant as a weed when it gets in the way of what we're trying to grow. We often react with frustration, spending vast amounts of time ripping these plants out, or worse, spraying them with toxic chemicals, all without stopping to think; why is this plant growing here? And further, what does it have to offer? Every plant in an ecosystem has a purpose, a niche it fills. Humans have been practicing agriculture long enough that our food production zones have become eco systems in themselves; along with 'weed' species that fill niches, and have evolved alongside us. When we observe any eco system (which includes human ones!), and look hard enough, we can find a purpose for every component.

   

Edible Forest Gardens: Part 1: Why?

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For thousands of buy viagra without rx the best site years, humanity has toiled in the earth, working the land for sustenance. For thousands of years, the dominant culture’s practical understanding of growing food has remained essentially the same.

Yields have gone up, but this is mostly thanks to new technologies and increased exploitation of the environment. Even in an era of mass soil erosion and destruction of vital ecosystems, modern industrial agriculture still persists in the idea that nature can be controlled and forced into productivity. This can’t go on http://www.ispa-consult.de/cialis-angioplasty much longer. But what can we do?
   

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