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Bountiful Azolla
September 4, 2020, 10:59 pm
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Bountiful Azolla

We couldn’t resist posting some photos of our azolla harvest adventure. Azolla is an aquatic fern that has transformed our two ponds. At first, we were disturbed and flummoxed. But then we discovered that azolla is an incredible plant to use in our compost, and on our garden crops. So we are evolving ways to harvest it, and to have fun in the process. Enjoy!

Uta is the first one to brave the cold water!
Chris and Milo are our resident engineers.
We got the net across the water! What now?
Onward to the garden….

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[…] go? We layer them with food scraps, manure and bedding from the goat stalls and chicken coop, and azolla harvested from the surface of our pond, to make a compost pile, then add the biodynamic compost preparations (also lovingly donated by […]

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