Maximum_Composer96936 karma2020-10-20 02:15:32 UTC
Hi Keith, I'm typing from Missouri and you're a huge inspiration to me.
I own land heavily covered in nut trees with a few small clearing where light gets in and native grasses grow. My goal is to use these small spaces to start adding some diversity into the forest. I want to focus on the understory plants that don't get much light because of the mature overstory. So my question is, what advice do you have for guerrilla gardening into a mature woodland? with a goal of utilizing the rich soils of the forest to help produce food and a chain of fertility.
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