Looks good just got to figure out how im gonna start this project and what type of plants can be grown in los Angeles. Especially on land that has no running water
My dick is stuck in a tree, what am I doing wrong?
I would plant permanent crops every other tier.
wow….it help me very much for my study……..thank you
stayed for the music
hillside cultivation bring about irrigation through gravity.you need not add pressure to water movement downhill.drips will present the best results as it consumes little water.
Music sounded Senegalese? Nice ideas!! Explain a H20 catchment and watering system as well! I also have 2 PH. D's, in the garden shed!!
This videos gave more knowledge to know how in farming in slope land. I hope that there are more tools or seminars that the municipality of Claveria Mis Or. can provide for me about SALT Technology, the reason why is that I'am planning to invest my hard earn money in this place. I plan to buy a piece of land in Claveria Mis Or for my retirement. If you could please gave some information if how to attend a seminar regarding SALT Technology.. Thanks
Wtf is with this non info video? Yabba dabba music and cartoons? yabba dabba yaddda dadda ? WTF?
What do you mean by 'prepare the contour lines'?
Great information. Perennials on every third is interesting, why did you decide every third tier? But who does the music by the way?
SALT was developed on a marginal site in Kinuskusan, Bansalan, Davao del Sur by the Mindanao Baptist Rural Life Center (MBRLC). In 1971, MBRLC started to employ contour terraces in its sloping areas. Dialogues with local upland farmers acquainted the Center with farm problems and needs which gave the Center the impetus to work out a relevant and appropriate upland farming system.
this is a very useful and sustainable farming method but not widely promoted especially by the Philippine government.
very interesting! how this farming system be applied to Phil agriculture?
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