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Convertion of highly abused land into a permaculture food forest
Convertion of highly abused land into a permaculture food forest
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Commenced:
01/12/2018
Submitted:
10/02/2019
Last updated:
25/09/2020
Location:
Marsaskala, MT
Climate zone:
Mediterranean





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Planted my first vegetable patches

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Posted by Noel Abela 11 months ago

Break from infrastructural work. I plant all kinds of Spring and Summer crops and enjoyed every minute of it.

It is Spring and I need a break from all the infrastructure work. I long for growing fresh organic food. I started double digging the heavily compacted soil to form beds mulched with straw. Planted all kinds of vegetables. Used drip irrigation. I am very pleased with the results. Local farmers were impressed too because they doomed and gloomed me about not using pesticides. It is hopeless preaching to those who know only conventional farming but showing them the results of permaculture is the best way to educate. I am double pleased.

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