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Paul Alfrey
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Serving the Kingdom Plantae :)
Serving the Kingdom Plantae :)

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The Polyculture Market Garden Study - Results from Year 4 - 2018
Here are the results from the fourth year of our Market Garden Polyculture Study. This study looks at the differences between growing annual vegetables and herbs in polycultures vs growing them in  traditional blocks. In this post you will find an overview ...
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Winter arrives, planting garlic, bird life and new a forest garden
The winter has arrived, two days of sub zero temperatures and some strong wind and there is not a leaf left to vouch for the growing season. It's just a short cold spell we are having here and it's expected to be mild until the new year, so we'll use the la...
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An Interview about our Project
An Interview about our Project
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An Interview about our Project
A few months back I was asked to do an interview for an Austrian journal published by the Institute of the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) , yes i'd never heard of them either but the questions seemed well thought out so I happily obliged. Some of th...
An Interview about our Project
An Interview about our Project
balkanecologyproject.blogspot.com
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The Polyculture Market Garden Study - How productive can our landscapes be for man and other organisms
For 2015, we are delighted to be offering an educational experience with a difference. Last year, we conducted a study at our residential garden to gauge how productive a biological polyculture could be (read more here ). We wish to expand upon this furth...
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The Results - A Trial Looking at 5 Ways to Prepare Beds for Tree and Shrub Planting - Which one is the best?
Last year we started a trial to discover the best ways to prepare the ground for tree and shrub planting. We trialed five different methods and recorded the performance of each method looking at how long they took to implement and manage, how much they cost...
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