Tall grass and overgrowth can be a valuable resources for any organic vegetable garden. Manage with chop and drop to build soil organic matter.
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By Sepp Holzer. Up the steep mountainsides of Austria (1,500 meters above sea level) this unusual farmer creates abundance. His farm is a network of terraces, raised beds, ponds, waterways and tracks of gardens.Continue reading
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Founded in 2013, Prosperity Homestead starts growing right away. Transforming a distressed home into a garden paradise. It took cutting away many distractions early in the year.Continue reading