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bryanwhitebeyondthekitchengarden replied to Suzy Sturm's discussion Perennial Vegetables
"hi suzy, here are some varieties to try ... we consider the following to exhibit perennial like properties here in our sonoran desert garden with the proper micro-climate development: vegetables: tuscan cavolo nero kale / asparagus / rhubarb /…"
Jul 3, 2016
bryanwhitebeyondthekitchengarden replied to Morgan's discussion Heat Tolerant Friendly Chicken Breeds
"hi morgan my observation is that in our desert valley it has as much to do with the 'human' controlled factors as it does the genetic breed of the bird ... proper research + planning / coop siting + construction (ventilated) / shade,…"
Jun 30, 2016
bryanwhitebeyondthekitchengarden replied to Joanna Benton's discussion Bees
"second vote for dan"
Jun 30, 2016
bryanwhitebeyondthekitchengarden replied to David Rewinkel's discussion Raised beds on flood irrigated lot (good? bad?)
"raised beds on an irrigated lot if your raised beds are made of an organic building material (ie: wood) they will deteriorate very quickly, the additional, regular moisture + fungal activity will go to work on all types of wood materials ... the…"
May 31, 2016
bryanwhitebeyondthekitchengarden replied to LaRae Siliga's discussion Friend or Foe?
"nice!"
May 23, 2015
bryanwhitebeyondthekitchengarden replied to Michele's discussion what is this beetle on my eggplant?
"http://bugeric.blogspot.com/2014/05/livin-largus.html we have these cycle through year after year ... never in too many numbers ... never seem to suck on any one item to do any great damage ... you seem to have incarcerated the nymph stage…"
May 23, 2015
bryanwhitebeyondthekitchengarden replied to Tod Nissle's discussion The Urban Permaculture Experiment!
"very nice, keep up the great work!"
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a little garden report from our friends at indigo street pottery

these folks have taught me so much about gardening on the 'desert's' edge ... truly amazing ... and they are all too humble ...…
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Posted on March 27, 2013 at 10:25am — 3 Comments

Urban Projects — by Jennifer Wadsworth March 20, 2013

Jennifer is somewhat of a legend in our town ... and now she has gone international ...

http://permaculturenews.org/2013/03/20/working-with-what-youve-got-how-losing-my-vision-gave-me-perspective/#more-9493

Posted on March 20, 2013 at 7:15pm — 2 Comments

new fall production bed prep

getting rid of the bermuda - 6mil plastic - garden on top of the plastic

elapsed time 1 year

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Posted on August 28, 2012 at 4:30pm — 8 Comments

passive vermi-culture

people often ask if we vermi-compost ... the first answer is ... it depends on what your definition of vermi-composting is? ...

 

here are a few photos of a worm nesting site we found the other day ... on top of 6 mil black plastic ... on the edge condition of the 'wild perimeter' (where these worms originated - hint: undisturbed + uncultivated) ... adjacent to, but not…

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Posted on June 9, 2012 at 9:52am — 5 Comments

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At 10:13pm on March 17, 2015, Caitlin B. Flaherty said…
Hi Brian! thanks for the friend request. I took a class of yours in Tempe 3 years ago; loved it. You are a wonderful teacher and resource!
At 10:06pm on September 24, 2013, James A Carpenter said…

Brian, yes I attended your fruit tree class.  It was great information!

Jim

At 6:29am on October 19, 2012, Melinda said…

Hi Bryan, likewise!

At 8:19pm on September 6, 2012, Lisette Volkmar said…

Bryan,

I think I am remembering you mentioned a grass mix that you used for pasture.  If so, what, when and where did you find it?  Any suggestions?

Thanks

At 8:17pm on October 5, 2011, Jeff Reich and Farraday Newsome said…
What a small world! Jon is a friend of ours. We'd love to have you visit sometime. Your wife would probably like to see our studio (Indigo Street Pottery) and as well the garden. Weekends are good for us. We are out in East Mesa, so a bit of a haul for most people. With the weather cooling though, field trips are nice. Just let us know: email jrclayaz@yahoo.com.
At 8:22pm on November 15, 2010, jill green said…
The response has been great. I think it wiil be the start of a good thing and hopefully influence lots of peope to give gardening a try. Thanks for your comment. jill
At 12:18pm on November 8, 2010, Lisette Volkmar said…
Bryan,

Just went looking on the Tour site to verify the time. I couldn't find it on the tour site, but did find it on PPG. Hope the feedback is useful.

Lis
At 12:38pm on October 6, 2010, Lisette Volkmar said…
Bryan, done! Messy, but done.
At 7:40am on September 8, 2010, Robert Ray said…
Do you mean additional images that are not posted on my page or higher resolution files of the same images? The images on my PPG page can be downloaded from there.

RR
 
 
 

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