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Ubud , Bali, Indonesia
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A pathway to Sustainability

Posted by Mark Garrett about 8 years ago

Looking at the uses advantages and disadvantages of Coconut Fiber as a mulch and nutrient source in the tropics

 

If you go to www.permaculturemaldives.blogspot.com

you can see my recent updates on the work being done as the resident Permaculturist at Soneva Fushi in Baa Atoll.

Previous week explored the change to biological pest management for mosquitos through the use of  BTI at the laval stage not focusing on the adult with pesticides

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Permaculture Design Course
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Teacher: Bill Mollison and Geoff Lawton
Location: Trinity College Melbourne Victoria Australia
Date: Oct 2009

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