Monthly Archives: January 2014

Plastic plague 2. One-euro-job for ecology. Autumn 2013.

Everyone of us is aware of how package is increasingly filling up the world. I heard, there is even continent forming in pacific out of plastic. Rain separates plastic microparticles from trash laying on the ground and takes them to … Continue reading

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Hay time – July 2013, trimmer trouble, useless scythe, old good haylofts

This year I decided to combine using simple scythe and two-stroke trimmer (brushcutter) with four edged blade. Because of unusually warm weather  grass got ready before summer solstice so I missed a lot of good grass time. The earlier grass … Continue reading

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Permaculture season 2013 – in garden

Winter came and evenings are dark and long. I am not on the field so much anymore, so I can blog again until Easter I guess. This summer I tried different permaculture techniques in my open-air lab-garden. Some of them … Continue reading

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Sermon on vegetarianism

Excerpt from the holy scriptures I now give to you all the plants on the earth that yield seeds and all the trees whose fruit produces its seeds within it. These will be your food. To all wildlife, to all … Continue reading

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