November 19, 2012 by permaculturepower
Hugelkultur is raised garden beds that reduce or eliminate the need for irrigation and fertilizer.
Posted in Design, Permaculture | Tagged Design, Food, Permaculture, Sepp Holzer, soil | 1 Comment
Doing experiments on our Northern Tassie property with Biochar and hugelkultur to see how they deal with our fragile topsoil and to see if we can’t inject a bit of fertility into our soil.
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