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A Kitchen Garden Sloth in the Hérault (St-Chinian)

Unread Messageby green68 » 08/09/16, 12:59

Did67 Hello, hello to all "econologistes"

After reading the pages 208 agriculture / gardening-more-than-bio-by-plant-live-without-fatigue-t13846.html I thank Did67 for all the "work" (comments, share experiences, photos, videos, etc.) that performs despite his health problems.

From Alsace (Mulhouse) and found myself in the South of France (around St Chinian) recently, I share his passion for the land cover and the life: my grandfather had instilled.

Some pictures are better than words to start with:

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vegetable garden in May 2015


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vegetable June 2015


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Vegetable October 2015


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vegetable January 2016


- Former vegetable garden grown "traditionally" and left fallow for about 2 years (before my arrival), cleared and covered with "weeds" and everything that came to hand.
- No tillage, just furrows for planting

Again thank you to Did67 : Cheesy: I feel less alone :P

Life is also present:

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Unread Messageby Christophe » 08/09/16, 13:07

Hi and welcome here

Thank you for your sharing, plus there will be lazy gardeners who share their experience, more technology is refined and will improve!

Wahouuuu wildlife that you have in your garden !!

ps: I just created a new topic with your message for readability.
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Unread Messageby green68 » 08/09/16, 17:27

Christophe wrote:Hi and welcome here

Thank you for your sharing, plus there will be lazy gardeners who share their experience, more technology is refined and will improve!

Wahouuuu wildlife that you have in your garden !!

ps: I just created a new topic with your message for readability.


Hi and thank you Christophe,

This post would be a wink and a support for Did67 :)

I did not deserve a subject : Mrgreen: especially that following a change in family circumstances (divorce :( ) I'll have to find a new small ground and start all over again, still without tillage and permanent cover (hay, straw, weeds or other vegetation)

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Unread Messageby Christophe » 08/09/16, 17:37

Any interesting subject deserves a subject, which is the case of your garden!

And then it will attract maybe "neighbors" Héraultais!

Visibility is important and the competition of the web is hard now ...
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Unread Messageby green68 » 08/09/16, 18:40

Christophe wrote:Any interesting subject deserves a subject, which is the case of your garden!

And then it will attract maybe "neighbors" Héraultais!

Visibility is important and the competition of the web is hard now ...


Thanks again,

For now, my neighbors are still bare soil cultivation (photos taken to 18h tonight).

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They watch a funny look my garden that is not clean but after a year 1ere with identical crops more or less to their own with a lot less work, some finally asking questions instead of criticizing :D

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If these pictures may decide some Herault (es) to cover their ground to save water and OTC products, I have "done my bit" (according to the hummingbird)

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Unread Messageby phil53 » 08/09/16, 22:45

I'm jealous my peppers were slashed, yours are great!
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Unread Messageby green68 » 09/09/16, 00:22

phil53 wrote:I'm jealous my peppers were slashed, yours are great!


Hello phil53,

Nothing to be jealous, these pepper plants were given to me by a market gardener from the village, I did not make that opening holes in my clay soil and watering remake the level of coverage. This is my first peppers :? .

I enjoy the generous advice of my neighbor's gardens (former miner Lorraine) that spade and still return the land but that begins to cover its soil.

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the garden of my neighbor


The village is crossed by the Babeau Vernazobre and gardens are irrigated by a béal which diverts a portion of the stream water. Gardeners by burrow at the foot of row crops and irrigate generously.

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other terraces


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Unread Messageby Moutonjardinier » 02/11/16, 19:19

Green68 Hi, I just landed on econology of forum and what a surprise to discover a vegetable garden near my lazy! I'm on Cessenon and I will also start a vegetable garden "lazy way". If you would like us to meet to talk about garden I'm available. Moreover, being in the region recently, the advice of a native would be welcome. : Wink:
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Unread Messageby Valoul » 03/11/16, 17:33

I'm just simply jealous of such harvest.
How you do like leeks?
Second year, second failure here, they always have the size of a pencil. :(
Necessary to add fertilizer is said to me. I did, against the heart, and for good reason, nothing changed
Done put the nettle manure I was told I made, they are still small. Proud and rights but small
Well, I planted them very late (early September, but given the warm autumn we had) and they are often in the shade ... Should they be in full sun?
Next year I plan to plant myself and plant them in time I hope in my blanket hay .... hope springs eternal : Oops:
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Unread Messageby Moutonjardinier » 03/11/16, 18:05

Valoul wrote:Next year I plan to plant myself and plant them in time I hope in my blanket hay .... hope springs eternal : Oops:

Never despair, but continually seek the cause of the problem. Perhaps the climate sawtooth or poor quality plants such as are often found in garden. The must is to make its self-seeding, it takes time and especially the place, but we control everything from A to Z (provided you choose seed supplier) : Wink:
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