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New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 14/02/18, 16:30

Hello everyone and thank you to Didier for the altruism he shows and without which we would not be there.

Living in the 06, and therefore unable to practice regular gardening, I did not really know what I was looking for but what is extraordinary is that I found it here.

Indeed, it's been months that I seek a solution to cultivate my piece of land bought in the campaign Dignoise. So far no method has found favor in my eyes: too long, too tedious, too invasive, too expensive, I was almost to give up the idea.
Then I came across this video: "The lazy garden: Kezako?"
What is incredible is that, once again, I asked myself many questions without really knowing what I was looking for, by browsing these videos I found the answers to the questions that I asked myself, but also to those that, ignorantly, I did not ask myself.

My garden :
It is a rather clayey soil but it would be necessary that I test to know in what proportions (clay, sand, silt).
I have an approximate area of ​​150M² available for cultivation, a surface that has been exploited for a few years by my father-in-law who feasted us with his fresh fruit and vegetables. He practiced a traditional culture but without too much fertilizer or pesticides but plowing copiously the soil as he had been taught and still with the use of Bordeaux mixture at the feet of his vines.

(I'll come back to this subject, but this year the grape from the vine has been harvested to make wine.The result: a good organic red wine, trampled on the ground and pressed by hand, which has just been bottled!)

Facing north / south, unobstructed and slightly sloping to the south, this plot has returned to an almost natural state without anyone disturbing it for 12 years.

You understand that I had no desire to disturb again this biotope that took so long to recover from the aggression he suffered.
In fact life has recovered its rights and the fauna is abundant underground as above. Worms, slugs, carabids, gendarmes, moles, ladybugs, bees, bumblebees, birds (jays, tits, robins, buzzards, nightjars) and all the animals of the forest like dormice, hedgehogs (more and more rarer), badgers, wild boars, foxes and so on.

The only black spot at this table: I have a cultivated field (Wheat, sage and lavender) at 50m of my land. A ground plentifully plowed and enriched in short a poison for the bio. As proof of this, the water from my swimming pool, which turns green every July after the cut, has so many phosphates in the earth. The seaweed love the mixture: sun + water + phosphates (food). Except me, it's not seaweed that I want to cultivate :|

In short, after the discovery of this method (the phenoculture so) I began to dream of a kitchen garden on my plot.
So I bought some haystacks from a neighbor, and I "worked" to cover a reasonable area of ​​land in preparation for my garden.

So here's a new lazy bouncy to the idea of ​​doing as little as possible : Cheesy:

Regards, Laurent.

PS: I would have liked to post photos but it does not work either in IMG tags or URL! I am doing wrong perhaps, a charitable soul to tell me how to do. However, I have the habit of writing my tags directly but there, even with the "insert a picture" or "insert a link" nothing is done.
Or is the image preview not available ??
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Christophe » 14/02/18, 16:37

Hi Laurent and welcome to the world of econologists module phenocultor ^^ : Cheesy:

Diabolorent wrote:PS: I would have liked to post photos but it does not work either in IMG tags or URL! I am doing wrong perhaps, a charitable soul to tell me how to do. However, I have the habit of writing my tags directly but there, even with the "insert a picture" or "insert a link" nothing is done.
Or is the image preview not available ??


If you can preview the message with the button "Preview" ...

You need to use the "Attachments" function and once the image is uploaded, you can use "Insert in line" wherever you want it to appear, otherwise all the images will appear automatically at the end of your tone. message. You do not need to use the IMG tag in these 2 cases, the IMG tag is useful for inserting the link of an external image picked up here or there on the internet. The "url" tag is useful simply to add text on a link because the "raw" links are automatically converted into a link ...
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Unread Messageby sicetaitsimple » 14/02/18, 16:40

When you write your message, under the frame there is an "attachments" button. Then you click on "add files", and you follow.

Edit: ah, sorry, the answer was already made. The button "attachments" however does not jump to the eyes.
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Did67 » 14/02/18, 17:25

Diabolorent wrote:
I did not really know what I was looking for but what is extraordinary is that I found it here.



Very nice sentence! If you do not mind, maybe I'll sting her someday ??? I do not know where yet, but I feel that it will find its place one day, in a tirade!
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Unread Messageby denis17 » 14/02/18, 17:42

Welcome to a new world : Wink:
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 15/02/18, 08:41

Thank you all for your responses !

Yes indeed, I see the tab "Attachments", in fact I wanted to put the links of my photos from Dropbox, but it's nickel like that!

So here is my property:

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It is a panoramic so east is towards the pool and west to the caravan on the right.

In front of the house is the vine, and between the vine and the shade of the trees, just in front of it, the old vegetable garden turned into a field, almost flat and very airy, where I spread my hay.

That's what happens :

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I added some oak leaves but as you can see, I need to add at least one row or two, but not easy to get hay!
We can see in the background the cultivated field : Frown:

@Did: no prob for the tirade : Wink:

Good day to all !
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 01/03/18, 12:03

A quick question about my vineyard: Is the BRF useful at the vines where the hay will be enough? And is hay useful for that?

It's been more than 10 years that she had no input and she still produces quite a lot. I do not want to fuck everything in the air by putting something that would stress her, she gives me good wine anyway : Oops:
Finally when I say good wine, chuis not specialist either but the 1ère cuvée that we made this autumn is promising if it does not turn to vinegar (total absence of sulphites!) Anyway now it is blown away, we will see :?


But a few years ago it was still more productive, probably already due to a more adapted size, but perhaps also to the "chemical" inputs (Bouillie Bordeaux among others) that it was brought to it since the soil was "maintained" (finally, destroyed : Twisted: ) regularly.
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 01/03/18, 13:30

My future vegetable garden under the snow: we can barely see the hay here and there :D

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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 23/05/18, 10:46

Hello everyone.

As I do not know if it has already been posted, I share the link of this software (OpenJardin) to see if it can help.

I found it not bad, especially for the "dico" included which gives the associations, positive and negative, of plants in rotations and the possible dates of sowing.

https://openjardin.eu/index.php/fr-FR/p ... u-logiciel

Downloadable for all platforms.
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 01/06/18, 09:56

Hello everyone !

Well, I am quite satisfied with the result on my tomatoes and zucchini planted too early: after a period of suffering (yellow and white leaves, stung) I realize, against all odds, that they come back to life!

The surviving tomatoes: 3 feet on the left and 2 on the right, the little one on the bottom right was planted recently.

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The 3 feet at the bottom (the dark ones) all the others were planted last week. To note the flower of zucchini, she also a survivor.

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the same ...

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The zucchini that resurrect! We can see the state of the "old" leaves!

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Finally, newcomers:

The eggplants :

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Peppers :

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I protected some plants, the most fragile, with rings of cardboard, it is especially for the cats :) (useful or not!?)

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