Backyard Food Forest, Beyond Organic Gardening



The Backyard Food Forest is still producing a lot of beyond organic produce. Gardening with organic methods will help guide you to big healthy harvests.

Starting a garden with chickens can be practical and beneficial. Using Permaculture techniques we can utilize the chickens inherent characteristics and use those to our advantage. Let’s work with nature along side of it, guiding it. Rather then fighting against nature.

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31 comments

  1. I went to view Paul Gautschi's channel and found him to be very knowledgable, but I prefer your verbal delivery, succinct without a lot of umms, errs etc. You have a speech pattern that works well for me. I have begun my own tiny fruit forest here in the UK focusing on soft fruits, arthritis is kicking in big time in my hands so a lot of physical effort in the future is not going to work for me. As you say harvest without large amounts of work sounds good to me. – I saw your blueberry planting which cleared up how to plant into the ground after woodchipping so that rounded out everything. Thank you.

  2. Hey James, Paul from NY (CT transplant) I've encountered the same disappointing issues with some of my nursery trees. For the last 2 years, I've only ordered bare-roots from Dave Wilson's suppliers and Raintree (thanks for the tips on Raintree..awesome selection!) I've had some impressive peach, plum, and nectarine trees I purchased from local nurseries….and in two seasons I was hit with peach tree borers; probably due to mechanical damage! Not sure if I want to pull them to prevent further infection…? torn man, these guys are thick! Are you using dwarf or semi-dwarf rootstocks, such as the Akane apple? The garden looks marvelous.

  3. The pear tree might need to cross pollinate. If you know a person with a pear tree you might graft on in the spring and cut back the part of the tree you are going to graft too. Just a thought. Thank you for sharing.

  4. I told you man, BAAAM!! THAT ENTHUSIASM!!
    I'm rushing man, our first cold snapped last night.
    52° IN NORTH FLORIDA!!
    The Food Forest STILL bustin out with the
    PRODUCTIVITY AND SNAPPIN' THE BAMBOO!!

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