Paul Wheaton continues talking to Alex Ojeda about Sepp Holzer's Permaculture, and how Sepp manages his fruit trees. Sepp writes about choosing not to prune fruit trees. Paul talks about exceptions to this. They talk about making money with permaculture. They talk about farm subsidies and net income. Paul shares about his windy experience in Great Falls, Montana, and the presence of Russian Olive trees there. You can't buy the trees anymore there because it is being called a noxious weed. They talk about browsing, and the need to provide enough food for wild animals. Sepp also writes about his protective bone salve.
Discussing the podcast.
podcast 413 – The problem with batch box rocket mass heaters – Part 1
podcast 411 – Foody bits – Part 2
podcast 410 – Foody bits – Part 1
podcast 408 – Listener questions – Part 1
podcast 403 – Bits and Bobs towards Critical Mass – part 2
podcast 402 – Bits and Bobs towards Critical Mass – part 1
podcast 401 – Permaculture Design Course for Scientists and Engineers
podcast 398 – Review of Gracie’s Backyard – Part 2