Permaculture Literacy – HHA

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  • Jeannie Bohley says:

    thank you so much for the liks . great lesson

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  • Shizuka Ushinohama says:

    Love the contents and links provided.
    One question , when you refered comfrey’s nitrogen to carbon ratio to Manure, what kind of manure are you talking about here ? (i.e. horse, cow chicken etc)

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    • Jesscy says:

      {HHA Coach} Manure in general, but in my experience horse manure is prime. Chicken second & goat/sheep third. Cow manure as a last resort & it must be very well aged to prevent issues.

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  • Michael Dunn says:

    Beth this was very interesting for me. Are there any measures to deal with Comfrey for example to maintain control if for instance it did get out of hand? I’ve got an issue with Rose of Sharon at the moment which we tried to remove however once the root system is broken it’s propogated ten fold any would b

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    • Jesscy says:

      {HHA Coach} Hi, Michael! Comfrey is an AMAZING addition to compost, so my suggestion would be to continue to uproot what you don’t want and add it to the compost pile.

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    • Shizuka Ushinohama says:

      If you belong to any permaculture group in your city, people seem constantly looking for comfrey dig outs. ( I belong to a few permaculture FB group in my city) You can post in those groups, and either give it away or hopefully exchange for something useful for your garden?
      Win-win!

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  • Lorraine Ciccarelli says:

    Beth, you are a plant goddess <3

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  • Patrick Sant says:

    So interesting and so much to learn, however the link for Nutrient Accumulator List doesn’t seem to work for me, any ideas?

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