A Permaculture Design Course Handbook The humid tropics offers unique design challenges and the subsequent opportunities for forging new paradigms in areas that have suffered quite dramatically from imported cultural stamps. Whether this is northern european growing techniques or the infusion of a new religion due to slavery, tropical latitude countries have long been exploited and are overdue for a new model of development. The UN has acknowledged the failed role of chemical agriculture and has now said we must move forward with sustainable agriculture and cites permaculture as one of the methodologies to approach the gargantuan task of repairing social, environmental, and financial systems. In this Chapter we will approach the topics of the challenges that people are faced at Pau d’arco processing- Making medicine in the jungle of Costa Rica, 2006 latitudes 0-25.
Produtos da estação - Comidas - iG A principal vantagem de comprar os alimentos na alta temporada, a época boa, é que eles estão frescos e mais alinhados com o relógio biológico da natureza. Como nesse período a oferta é maior, o preço também costuma ser vantajoso. Faz bem ao paladar e ao bolso.
How To Grow Ginger? Growing Ginger Root Is Not That Hard... Learn How To Grow Ginger At Home When I started growing ginger root I expected it to be difficult. It's not. การปลูกมะนาว วิธีเพาะ การปลูกมะนาว ประโยชน์ของการปลูกมะนาว การเพาะปลูกผัก ผลไม้ พืชผักสวนครัวทุกชนิด พันธุ์มะนาวที่มีความสำคัญทางเศรษฐกิจ และปลูกกันในประเทศไทยในปัจจุบัน ได้แก่ 1. มะนาวหนัง ผลอ่อนมีลักษณะกลมยาวหัวท้ายแหลม เมื่อโตเต็มที่ผลจะมีลักษณะกลมค่อนข้างยาว มีกลมมนบ้างเล็กน้อย ด้านหัวมีจุกเล็ก ๆ มีเปลือกค่อนข้างหนา จึงทำให้เก็บรักษาผลไว้ได้นาน 2. มะนาวไข่ มีขนาดและลักษณะคล้ายมะนาวหนังเกือบทุกอย่าง ผลอ่อนมีลักษณะกลมยาวหัวท้ายแหลม เมื่อโตเต็มที่ผลจะมีลักษณะกลมมนเป็นส่วนมาก เปลือกบาง ผลโตกว่ามะนาวหนัง 3. มะนาวแป้น เป็นมะนาวที่สามารถให้ดอกออกผลตลอดปี ผลมีขนาดกลาง ทรงผลแป้น เปลือกบาง มีหลายพันธุ์ เช่น พันธุ์แป้นรำไพ แป้นทราย เป็นต้น
7 Things You Should Know About Permaculture What is permaculture? For those of you who’ve only heard of the term in passing, and even for you seasoned “permies” who struggle to explain this exciting (and sometimes life-changing) idea to others, here’s the gist in 7 points: 1. Permaculture is a Design System That Uses Ecosystem Principles to Meet Human Needs “If we throw mother nature out the window, she comes back in the door with a pitchfork.” - Masanobu Fukuoka, author of The One Straw Revolution. Image from naturalfarming.org
Permaculture Food Forest by Filip Tkaczyk Ever heard of a permaculture food forest? It’s a system of food production that utilizes the wisdom inherent in natural woodlands and the understanding of beneficial relationships between plants to create and support landscapes that grow food for human use. This method is also called a forest garden, edible forest garden, and gardens of complete design. In parts of the tropics, food forests have been used for over 1,000 years. มาปลูกมะละกอ..กินเองกันดีกว่า Permaculture Design Principles The Permaculture Design Principles are a set of universal design principles that can be applied to any location, climate and culture, and they allow us to design the most efficient and sustainable human habitation and and food production systems. Permaculture is a design system that encompasses a wide variety of disciplines, such as ecology, landscape design, environmental science and energy conservation, and the Permaculture design principles are drawn from these various disciplines. Each individual design principle itself embodies a complete conceptual framework based on sound scientific principles. When we bring all these separate principles together, we can create a design system that both looks at whole systems, the parts that these systems consist of, and how those parts interact with each other to create a complex, dynamic, living system. Now that we know what the design principles are, and what their purpose is, let us explore each of the design principles in detail. Like this:
The Natural Farmer: Spring 2002: Edible Forest Gardens - an Invitation to Adventure Edible Forest Gardens: an Invitation to Adventure - Spring 2002 Special Supplement on AgroForestry Excerpted from the forthcoming book Edible Forest Gardens: A Delicious and Practical Ecology Copyright © 2002, David Jacke with Eric Toensmeier.pdf version with images (328 KB) and without (67 KB) "Come among the unsown grasses bearing richly, the oaks heavy with acorns, the sweet roots in unplowed earth . . ." Ursula K. Tropical Lowlands Tropical Lowlands: Hawaii and South Florida Lowland Hawaii and south Florida are proper tropical climates, completely free of frost all year. This region corresponds with USDA Zones 10–12 and Sunset Zone 25. Note: There are many more fine perennial vegetables for the tropical lowlands, which unfortunately were excluded from this book due to its North American focus. See the Recommended Reading and Organizations section for ideas. Perennial in all of the Tropical Lowlands:
A Permaculture Design Course Handbook One of the most potent and exemplary design of tropical permaculture is the banana circle. It has multiple functions that include the following but are not limited to them just as Bill Mollison once said: (the yield is theoretically unlimited, it is only our imagination and information that does) Compost pile (anti-burning of organic material)Food productionBiomass productionGreywater- from a sink or an outdoor shower right on topHabitat for wildlifeIntegration into mandala gardensCommunity interaction (as we experienced in Malaysia with harvesting material from one neighbours burn pile) Banana Circle serving as a greywater system as part of an overall design with aquaculture, swale, hedgerows, and gardens, on contour The banana circle is a relatively easy design feature to construct and quickly planted out with cuttings and root division. Step one is to lay out the circle in relative location so that it can perform many functions.
Permaculture See also Category:Agriculture for more pages relevant to permaculture and sustainable agriculture - most of the articles on Appropedia are written with a concern for holistic, sustainable practices.' See Permaculture wiki for an explanation of how Appropedia works for permaculture. Permaculture is an type of gardening that uses a specific vegetation pattern, and uses specific combinations of flora/fauna. It is often centered around a house. Depending on the local bioregion however, and as a result, varying conditions, different specific choices and practices can be made. Temperate Climate Permaculture: Permaculture Guilds A Blacksmith Guild A guild, according to Webster's Dictionary, is an association of people with similar interests or pursuits, also, or more particularly, a guild is a medieval association of merchants or craftsmen. The word guild comes from the Old English and means Payment or Tribute. Historically, for example, a carpenter could pay tribute to join a carpenter's guild. He would then be protected by the society of fellow carpenters... protected from price gouging, unfair trade, etc. and protected from others stealing their "secrets", i.e. skills or "tradesecrets". This is where a lot of the secret societies were initially formed (like the Masons... initially, stonemasons).