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Hugelkultur v.s. Cardboard

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Posted by Rachel Jessee about 7 years ago

We are experimenting with different methods to increase water retention and encourage mycorrhizae growth.  We are naking good use of our cardboard by laying down sheets in sunken beds that have already shown signs of mushrooms growth.  The sunken beds have a layer of animal compost then cardboard toped with more compost and a layer of olive tree mulch.  They are being left to sit until next season however we worked around some existing tomato plants.

Our intern from Slovakia helped our native Moroccan gardener learn to make hugelkultures.  One was made with a combintion of pepper tree, olive tree and date palm banches topped with compost, soil and olive tree mulch.  The other was made from a single palm tree trunk topped with compost, soil and olive tree mulch.

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