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Growing Nitrogen Fixing Plants

Growing Nitrogen Fixing Plants

Improve your soil fertility, naturally

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Alfalfa: Phil Williams

Growing Nitrogen Fixing Plants

Great garden companions for fertility
Monday, March 9, 2015, 2:38 PM

For those of you into permaculture, you know the importance of nitrogen fixing plants. These plants, especially when pruned release nitrogen into the soil, helping to boost fertility to the plants nearby. By practicing chop and drop when moisture exceeds evaporation, you can supercharge the establishment of a food forest, or a timber forest. These plants can also be great companions in a garden or orchard. Be careful in the garden, as some nitrogen fixers can be invasive. » Read more

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Growing and Using Comfrey

6 fantastic reasons to plant it in your garden
Thursday, April 3, 2014, 12:56 PM

A great summary of why you should plant comfrey in your garden this season and learn to apply its many uses around the home.

http://preparednessmama.com/growing-and-using-comfrey/