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

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Perennial Vegetables, Late Flowering Herbs and Autumn Leaves - The Polyculture Project
The polyculture study 2018 is over for the year but we are still active in the gardens during the autumn so I thought I'd continue the blog post updates on what we're up to. Aponia - The Market Garden  We've had the first few overnight frosts in the gardens...
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The End of the Polyculture Study 2018, Aquatic plant propagation and Nut Harvest . Week 24 - The Polyculture Project
The Polyculture Study 2018 has now officially come to a close for the year, and we will be publishing the annual report and results by December.  Once again we have been supported by a truly amazing team of people, without whom, the study simply would not b...
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Broadscale Regenerative Design, Entomology Surveys and Micro climate - Week 23 - The Polyculture Project
I'm a  few weeks behind on the blog as I've busy on designs and preparing for our upcoming Design and Build a Forest Garden Course:1-4 Nov  . Better late than never I hear, so here is an update from the project. We said goodbye to Ezekiel this week, at age ...
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Juicing, Seed Harvesting, Shifting Seasons - Week 22 - The Polyculture Project
There is a tinge of autumn in the air. Autumn is my second favorite season, my first being the spring. I love the spring for its vigour and perfect urgency and I love the autumn for its satisfied sense of completion. Summer and winter and pretty good too, b...
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Juicing, Seed Harvesting, Shifting Seasons - Week 22 - The Polyculture Project
There is a tinge of autumn in the air. Autumn is my second favorite season, my first being the spring. I love the spring for its vigour and perfect urgency and I love the autumn for its satisfied sense of completion. Summer and winter and pretty good too, b...
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