vegetable permaculture

vegetable permaculture
What is the importance of vegetables / herbs in a permaculture garden?

I need help with this because I can not find on the Internet, it would also help if you tell me the importance tanks chickens water habitats otheranimals thank you permaculture + in a garden!

Sarah, you should write a whole book just to cover the areas you list. Permaculture is permanent (agri) culture. So plants / Trees / vegetables and herbs are essential elements of the garden. The idea is that you and your family become self as efficient as possible, work with nature not against it. By using less energy to provide human performance while enhancing, not depleting the ecosystem. Permaculture is about creating profitable relationships with plants, animals and others. Thus, for example, connections are made between the various components. Eg chicken produces eggs, meat, feathers, manure as he walks, he scratched so it weeds, insects eat, they breed repopulate they free range. A chicken tractor (mobile pen) can be used to clear the chicken parcels of grassland for you and for fertilizing. The tractor is then moved along the plot next to the clearing and fertilization. The general impression is that each component of the ecosystem is beneficial uses another. Therefore, animals are essential to the ecosystem. In my opinion, they need not be tamed animals, animals, they can be wild, but then I am a Vegan so my opinions differ from the majority opinions Permaculturists on keeping animals. Regarding housing: Permaculture is to live ethically and sustainably, we must therefore understand ecological systems and how the world works natural. The key is to understand that we are a single system, not separate. Everything we do locally affects others and the environment worldwide. Local solutions offer the best responses we have different climates, soils, flora and fauna. Needs, desires, traditions and cultures. But by acting locally, we must keep an eye on the horizon in limiting the damage to the environment and people around the world. For example, warming the world affects us all. Permaculture aims to devise ways of meeting that man needs by creating a permanent high-performance ecosystem farm. It is a solution to how people can live on the smallest amount of land possible. The natural landscape (the rest is desert not used by humans), it is then left alone to heal and if it works holistically. Local responsibility to ensure that people become as self sufficient as possible both individually and as communities of negotiation. Man is responsible to meet its own needs for fuel, food and its relationship with its own products and wastes. Timber is locally grown in native mixed forests. That enriches the ecosystem local, but its base is the opposition of man's needs by meeting the deforestation of natural forests remaining and ancient woodland. Permaculture is a system of observation and minimal intervention both in terms of home and the wilderness. His first principle is that eco-systems will naturally re-balance if left alone. Hence the desire to create high-yielding farms "to meet human needs as efficiently as possible. By creating our own mini-high-performance systems for our own use, we use less of everything possible. The ethics of permaculture are: Earth Care is simply working with nature not against it. Limit consumption and self-limiting family size so there is less demand on natural systems / finite resources / land over. So I will give you many links for you to watch: / pubs_content.tmpl? catpubs subdir = & sku = & key = PUBS_25/06 CSG Essence Download free ebook on the website of the Permaculture David Holmgren. David Holmgren & Su Dennett Holmgren Design Services Email Website: NP7jlNz6oS0J: http://www.terrapsych. com / permaculturedesign.pdf ? wai5nDz_OjY v = & mode = related & search Http:// = = Http:// = = v = Kr3u8oqsxW4 http: / / / index.html au / search / search.cgi? form = simple & num_ranks = 10 & collection = & query abcall = + Peter Andrews and meta_v = austory & submit = Search

30 Minute Vegetable Garden

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