Sepp Holzer Permaculture - Farming with Nature
Food, Agriculture, Forestry, Soil, Minerals and Natural Resources • 28m
A beautiful fishpond system with its own water power station, 9000 fruit trees and many other plants support each other in this biotope. 30 different types of potatoes, many different grains, fruits, vegetables, herbs and wildflowers are growing just about everywhere: in the forest, on extremely steep hills, on rocky soil, on pathways, around ponds, as well as raised beds. All of this he grows without the use of any pesticides, herbicides, fertilizer and without depending on subsidies.
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