SEpp 048; Garden Abundance, Septic Tank Do’s and Don’ts, and a Few Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Seeds

Sow Edible Permaculture PodcastWelcome back to Episode #48!  Thank you for joining us as we share with you all the updates on our Permaculture Farm!  Our Podcast is divided into 3 sections: Farm Update, Living Off-Grid, and Permaculture Resources.  Each week, you can see pictures, videos, and links that we mention in the show by visiting these show notes (or by going to  Here is a summary of what we have for you in this episode.


Farm Update

  • The garden is exploding with food- we have more greens than we know what to do with, cucumbers, tomatoes, elderberries, blackberries, summer squash

Living Off Grid

  • Listener Questions regarding chipping honey suckle, and Septic Tanks Do’s and Don’ts

Permaculture Resources

  • Seed information that can help you get the best productivity in your garden!

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  1. Travis Brown says:

    I think the listener might be talking about bush honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii and other species), an invasive shrub that is a big problem in some areas. It is allelopathic, and there is often nothing but bare soil under it. I don’t know how strong the chemicals it produces are, but they might want to treat it the way you recommended for other allelopathic plants. I’m thinking of turning a bunch of it into biochar here.



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