Permaculture for Beginners

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Permaculture for Beginners

English | March 24, 2015 | ISBN: 1508708800 | 50 Pages | Rar (PDF, AZW3) | 0.57 MB

Permaculture: Build Your Sustainable and Edible Garden with the Permaculture Basics The essence of Permaculture is the replication of the natural processes thattake place on certain types of land in order to minimize waste and create a garden that thrives in its ability to sustain itself! It is economically and environmentally beneficial for everyone! Just imagine, going out into your own garden and being able to source your own fruits and vegetables! Fruits and vegetables that are not only free but sustain themselves! Carrie Mitchell provides an outline for the permaculture novice, guiding you through what considerations you must factor in when designing your garden, how to organize plants and the types of beds they will require, techniques to minimize waste and some tried-and-tested methods to make your soil, land features, weather, local wildlife, house and behaviors all work together for the benefit of your garden! You will learn about… Native plants, pests and predators Climate and regional considerations Designing your permaculture garden Creating beds for your plants Plant placement Watering your plants Using Mulch Creating a Composting System And so much more!


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