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Bioshelter Market Garden has 68 ratings and 5 reviews. Justin said: I read a review that said that this was a good book on permaculture. Personally, I t. I read it earlier this year, and didn’t find too much of use to me. if you’re thinking of making a bioshelter, then it may be useful, but I would agree. As small farmers look for ways to cut costs and increase their profit margins, they focus more attention on the energy used on the farm. Whether.

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Has anyone here read Bioshelter Market Garden: A Permaculture Farm by Darrell Frey? It wonder if it’s worth the time and money.

Have you had your minimum daily fiber allowance? If not, visit UrsulasYarn. Natural dyes are season dependent. Has anyone read Bioshelter Market Garden: I wonder if it’s worth the time and money. It really looks good, doesn’t it Thank you and I just requested it by inter-library loan.


My tax dollars at work!!! I’m interested to see how the methods differ from those of “Solviva,” if they do. I read it earlier this year, and didn’t find too much of use to me.

That way, if you decide that you want your own copy later, you know that you won’t have wasted your money. It was helpful as far as building a bioshelter.

It is for those who have a moderate size food production business. I read it and enjoyed it very much. Everyone’s permaculture journey is different. While I may not be setting up a market garden, I learned about plants that will grow where I live as opposed to California or the Pacific northwest.

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I learned that maybe there is room for other endeavors, like raising aquaculture in the same market as Darrell’s. I learned about water management, thermal water barrels, and that asphalt roofing is a bad idea if you are gardening with the water runoff. Seriously, that alone was worth it. I was just about to dig trenches to harvest rainwater in the garden.

As my shingles deteriorate, they are leeching garcen zinc. I knew something was up because I use roof water for my natural dye baths. I dye wool yarn. The colors were changing.


I didn’t know why because sometimes the weather affects plant dyes. Anyway, I also now have a recipe for preserving natural wood instead of resorting to pressure treated lumber. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the book.

Darrell is a good writer.

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I hope others take time to enjoy it. I asked the good folks at my co-op to carry the book. Amazon doesn’t need my money.

My library graden also carries Bioshelter Market Garden: I think this tiny ad may have stepped in something. Bioshelter Market Garden by Darell Frey. A Permaculture Farm by Darrell Frey.

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