Hugelkultur

Discussion in 'Gardening' started by grobofotwanky, Apr 22, 2012.

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    grobofotwanky

    grobofotwanky Well-Known Member

    I found this to be pretty interesting. I got to see one the other day that has been established for several years. To sum it up, its like a raised bed on top of a sponge. Fantastic read, enjoy LINK
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    tehgenoc1de

    tehgenoc1de Active Member

    Interesting indeed. Thanks for sharing.
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    PIPBoy2000

    PIPBoy2000 Active Member

    I've been burying wood in the yard for years. Now I know what it is called. Awesome. I might have to go big next time I get some palm wood - I've found that decomposes much faster than any true wood.
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    Azoned

    Azoned Active Member

    Isn't it fun when someone names something we've been doin all along?
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    z0mb31hun73r

    z0mb31hun73r Member

    i'm doing large hugelkultur terraces for veggies and permaculture and i want to try it out in a couple of my pot holes, but i'm worried that it might be too moist and get root rot. any thoughts?

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