5709Re: [fukuoka_farming] Bonfils book
- Jul 19 12:23 PMescuse my english.
have some time in read your mails in this group and troat to learn about
do not consider myself as practicioner of fukoka farming only learning.
i get one land of 8 hectareas, 4 with forest where with the time expect
intent, practic the fukoka forming, and 4 the what am working in organic
way without registration.
in this last divide it in 4 and in one i practice the introduction of
clover var bersem, the wheather in Nuevo León México is dry and found that
this clover need some water to live and in some sections that more exposed
to air and with less fertility die, maybe if i seed them in more humid time
could survive in that sections that dray. in other section i seed alfalfa
and put in them some irigation (with this water the clover could survive
sens no receive water only of the rain). in this conditions the alfalfa
survive. Could be better if the land was fertil and in one place that not
have any fertility not survive even with irrigation.
both places now are better the land and see that if the land is improved in
this way and with the time could have succes in seed any clover with few
water now sens i have access to manure i aplly and introduce broom sorgum
too to impove the land. in this section i use tractor that is not the way
of fukoka farming. y only troat to share this experiences.
Javier Homero Dávila Alvarez
At 02:33 a.m. 19/07/2006, you wrote:
> hello Mark
> i am sorry to hear that you did'nt benefit for your work in writting
> this booklet .It is the first time that i put my hand on the precise
> working of the method after having heard about it for so many years and
> i will have not read it if i had to pay for it .so i am rather please by
> this opportunity now question is , am i more advanced that i read it ?
> being a non grain eater, i din't have much incentive to try ( apart
> that i am living in a forest) now that i have chickens and more light it
> gave me the confidence to try it .
> I am curious of your own experience and trials and of any learning you
> might had about what can go wrong in the method -----
> here ( west coast canada in the rain shadow of vancouver island and
> olypic peninsula) , because the summers are so dry ( at least after july
> 15th when the soil is really drying out ) i am wondering if earlier
> sowing might be necessarry .
> i read about successive sowing later during the summer . is it to
> complete the holes left by unsuccessful 1rst sowing or to makes the stand
> denser than 60 cm spacing?
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