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Tree Guilds: species that synergize with each other, fill up space nicely, and produce delicious fruits and nuts!

Tree Guilds: species that synergize with each other, fill up space nicely, and produce delicious fruits and nuts!

collacios de la guerta: octubre 2014

Aquí os dejo un corto documental sobre los fundamentos de agricultura natural de Masanobu Fukuoka, puestos en práctica en una pequeña granja de Preston Hollow, NY. Espero os aclare algo mas sobre la filosofía de Fukuoka de la agricultura natural.

Cherry trees are a good choice for home fruit production, but pests can sometimes be a problem. Here's how we planted our cherry trees using a permaculture guild - a combination of plants that works together to produce more healthy cherries.

The Cherry Tree Guild and Natural Pest Control

Cherry trees are a good choice for home fruit production, but pests can sometimes be a problem. Here's how we planted our cherry trees using a permaculture guild - a combination of plants that works together to produce more healthy cherries.

Plantas para el control de plagas 6

Conoce 7 plantas para controlar plagas

Estas plantas protectoras pueden actuar como elementos atrayentes o como repelentes, de una manera u otra evitarán que los insectos dañinos se acerquen a las

Here a gardener planted a persimmon tree and surrounded it with comfrey, the super hardy, amazingly helpful plant to start a fruit tree guild. A tree guilds refers to a combination of multi-functioning plants around a fruit tree or shrub. The plants works in a mutually beneficial way:  for example, nectar plants lure pollinators and shade roots, nitrogen-fixers improve the soil, daffodil bulbs discourage tunneling voles, comfrey helps mine minerals from deep in the earth, etc.

Here a gardener planted a persimmon tree and surrounded it with comfrey, the super hardy, amazingly helpful plant to start a fruit tree guild. A tree guilds refers to a combination of multi-functioning plants around a fruit tree or shrub. The plants works in a mutually beneficial way: for example, nectar plants lure pollinators and shade roots, nitrogen-fixers improve the soil, daffodil bulbs discourage tunneling voles, comfrey helps mine minerals from deep in the earth, etc.

I am so glad I found out the easy trick and the 6-inch rule for my fruit trees. It has made all of the difference in the world and finally have flourishing, delicious fruits. This is one of those gardening tips to NOT MISS if you have fruit trees!

I am so glad I found out the easy trick and the 6-inch rule for my fruit trees. It has made all of the difference in the world and finally have flourishing, delicious fruits. This is one of those gardening tips to NOT MISS if you have fruit trees!

"Here's a design for a 'plant guild' that gives you herb teas, salads & medicinal plants" -Flo Scott Permaculture Designs link pass on via "Balkan Ecology Project : The Chai Guild"

"Here's a design for a 'plant guild' that gives you herb teas, salads & medicinal plants" -Flo Scott Permaculture Designs link pass on via "Balkan Ecology Project : The Chai Guild"

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