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Title:Hugelkultur
Duration:33:53
Viewed:13,123
Published:19-01-2024
Source:Youtube

Leon County Master Gardener Teresa Klepac talks about how to garden using Hügelkultur (pronounced “hoogle-culture,” which roughly translates to “mound culture”). Hügelkultur is a centuries-old raised garden bed technique of creating mounds in the garden made up of layers of compostable material you already have on hand—grass clippings, leaf litter, and garden debris—and putting it to use. But one difference is that some of the layers in a hügelkultur bed include wood (sticks, branches, even logs and stumps). This wood will rot over time and provide spaces for water and nutrients, keeping your garden productive, self-watering, and full of nutrient-rich soil for your growing plants. It’s a technique that originated in Germany but is catching on in gardens everywhere. This program was a part of the Leon County Master Gardener Lunch and Learn series, presented on January 10, 2024.



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