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Permaculture Year Planner
Staying organised is one of the hardest aspects of a busy permaculture lifestyle, whether you live on a rural or urban property. Here is a quick reference to remind you of things that may need doing. This calendar is based on my personal calendar and is constantly changing. It also suggests things that you can do that are environmentally friendly and will enhance your well being as well as that of your local community on a daily basis.
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Planting guides are for a temperate zone only.
- Plant garlic out now.
- Sow early white onions, brussel sprouts, carrot, caultiflower, endive, lettuce, parspinp, peas, potato, radicsh, spinach, swede, turnip.
- Transplant beetroot, broccoli, cabbage, celery, eggplant, herbs, leeks.
- Dipel cabbabe white butterfly; check for caterpillars on grape vines
- Dry and store onions and garlic (keep air circulating when stored)
- Continue to collect and compost seaweed for trace elements and auzins.
- Dry and preserve fruit harvest.
- Collect seed from best plants left to go to seed (not hybrids); dry seed, labelled, packed and stored in cool, dry place away from vermin.
- Dispose of apple and pear windfalls under trees to avoid pest problems.
- Remember to Slip, Slop and Slap - Summer Sun Safe - Wear a Hat!
- Top up mulch where necessary.
- Continue to water deeply and keep an eye for wilting and dry spots.
- Turn compost heap.
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