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form of the ideal plant of wheat and other cereals /forme du plant de blé ideal

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  • alatar642012
    Hello everyone, I have just discovered this forum, very intersting! I am french and my aim is to investigate the fukuoka bonfils method. In his book Natural
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 21, 2007
      Hello everyone,
      I have just discovered this forum, very intersting!
      I am french and my aim is to investigate the fukuoka bonfils method.
      In his book "Natural Agriculture" Fukuoka says about the ideal form of
      a high yield rice plant. My question is : are this caracteristics for
      high yield rice plants exactly the same for wheat and oats, barley, rye ?
      thank you very much for your answers.

      Mon but est de developper la methode Fukuoka Bonfils.Dans son livre
      "l'Agriculture Naturelle", Fukuoka décrit la form ideal d'un plant de
      riz a haut rendement. Ma question est : est ce que ces
      caracteristiques des plants de riz à haut rendement sont exactement
      les memes pour l'avoine, l'orge, le seigle, le blé?
      Merci beaucoup de vos réponses

      Florent
    • Dieter Brand
      Florent, welcome to the group. I don t grow rice, it s far too dry where I live; but if memory serves me right, Fukuoka is talking about leave size and
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 22, 2007
        Florent,

        welcome to the group.

        I don't grow rice, it's far too dry where I live; but if memory
        serves me right, Fukuoka is talking about leave size and
        position as criteria for strong rice plants. It is hard to imagine
        that these same criteria should in the same way apply to
        wheat, barley or other crops. Rice is obviously the most
        important crop for a Japanese farmer, wheat, barley or
        other crops are more of a gap filler; hence Fukuoka treats
        this crop in greater detail than others. The same applies
        to your question about seed selection.

        Qu'est-ce-que tu veux dire par "développer la méthode Fukuoka
        Bonfils"? La méthode existe déjà. Est-ce que tu cherches à
        faire une nouvelle synthèse? Est ton intérêt de nature
        purement théorique? Ou est-ce que tu disposes des champs
        pour la mise en pratique?

        Dieter Brand
        Portugal

        alatar642012 <alatar642012@...> wrote:
        Hello everyone,
        I have just discovered this forum, very intersting!
        I am french and my aim is to investigate the fukuoka bonfils method.
        In his book "Natural Agriculture" Fukuoka says about the ideal form of
        a high yield rice plant. My question is : are this caracteristics for
        high yield rice plants exactly the same for wheat and oats, barley, rye ?
        thank you very much for your answers.

        Mon but est de developper la methode Fukuoka Bonfils.Dans son livre
        "l'Agriculture Naturelle", Fukuoka décrit la form ideal d'un plant de
        riz a haut rendement. Ma question est : est ce que ces
        caracteristiques des plants de riz à haut rendement sont exactement
        les memes pour l'avoine, l'orge, le seigle, le blé?
        Merci beaucoup de vos réponses

        Florent






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