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Taro

posted on 1/23/2016 11:34:00 AM by FarmingExperiment fetched under Organic, Natural etc. Farming category | Views: 331

Taro (called as Chembu in our local language) is very common in our area. I cultivate two varieties, in small numbers. Typically this is cultivated in raised beds or planting in pits filled with mulch. I wanted to try natural farming on this with minimal effort.Last time I made a long pit put dried leaves under this and later planted its roots. Yield was not that good, but had some roots for making curry.  This time ...

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