Interviews & Insights: Bio-Intensive tools and soil w/ Jodi Roebuck


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  1. I used the Grow Biointensive method for over twenty years, right up till I started learning about the soil food web. What I realized is that you cannot have a healthy soil food web if you also till the soil. I have been no-till now for 7 years and I have never looked back. I've got the best soil I have ever had in 40 years of gardening.

  2. So you plant your seeds, cover with shade cloth, water through the shade cloth and that helps the seeds germinate? Sounds great.

  3. Been reading about isolation distances and seed saving, I was wondering if anyone can speak to how/ why he is able to harvest beans as such a close distance when much of what I am reading saying plants need to be isolated (e.g. keep beans 10ft from other beans) to avoid cross pollination for viable seed harvesting?

  4. Urban farmer Curtis – have you ever seen or used a bio plow? The first one was invented in the 1800s i think by a man named Victor Scheuberger a prominent inventor of nature inspired machines and all around water wizard. The bio plow utilises two soil turning spirals nested within each other to preserve the micro organisms that need the top layer soil and water conditions. Its made out of brass. Scheuberger was a true genius by anyones accounting. Check him/it it out on youtube if ya dont know.

  5. One more thing, we found designs for the UBar but where can we find the 5 tine spade fork for you created. Figure we'll start with a double dig to help soil depth.

  6. Hey Jodi! Because of this video we have made a UBar 💕 love love. Our ground is clay soil and we've only gotten about 4 inches deep with each stab. How can we get deeper.


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