Monday, June 17, 2013

Today when planting papaya seedlings in the center food forest I went back to my old practice of planting clumps of 5-7 of them per hole vs. singly. I have such fertile soil I see no ill effects from crowding, etc., cut down the males when they become apparent, and I end up with a nice little colony that looks like a multi-trunked papaya that bears me OODLES of fruit. I watered them all in with rich water from the move-able duck pond that is simply a dinghy, and will daily as the week ahead looks fairly dry.

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