Ni hao ma?
Where can I see the pictures of your farm? I don't see any link.
But Raju found them, so they must be somewhere.
Nice to have a little brook. We have one but it often goes dry
during the summer.
If you can start without ploughing, that is of course best, but it
will only work with plants that can compete with the existing
vegetation. I have used a combination of rye and vetch with
good success. Other cover crops that can compete are lupines
and fava beans. But you have to find out what will grow well
in your region.
In my region it is too dry to continue the crop rotation in the
summer, which means the weeds will grow back. But if you
have more humidity, you should try to continually cover the soil
by cash and/or cover crops. Best to sow the next crop before
you harvest the previous.
Have any of Fukuoka's books been translated into Chinese?
Are there any good websites on Natural Farming or on
Traditional Chinese farming practices?
Hello!how do you do!
I come from China Kunming.Now I am going to biulding a fukuoka natural
farm.The photos of the farm is in my album. alongside of the farm,
there have a streamlet. Can you give me any advice about how to
starting? For exampie, in the beginning,if need I plough the soil? etc.
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