Re: [fukuoka_farming] The problem with the birds.
- Dear Adin,
This problem arise when we sow seeds directly or by seed balls in the
shortage of dry mulch or green standing cover.Birds see and pickup
seeds.Inthis situation you can seed by dibbling make hole in wet land
minimum 1/2 inch deep.Second you can sow in lines make line by sharp knife
and put seed in and cover.You can also use Zero tillage seed drill for large
area.Birds or rats also take out seeds from seed balls at the time of
germination in the absence of ground cover.If you do not want do this than
sow very small seeds of some ground cover crop first than do direct
seeding.Eating leaf by birds also due to shortage of leafy cover in garden.
On 1/12/08, Adin Sh <adinsh1@...> wrote:
> Hello everybody!
> The problem with the birds,especially sparrows.
> After devouring all the lettuce,
> and after picking up seeds from after-rain seedballs,
> now they rake up the ground, expose seeds that were buried 2 sm ( ! ) deep
> and devouring it...
> Maybe I am funny,maybe my karma is awful, but what can I do to stop it?!
> Any ideas?
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