How to have a small "garden" in the apartment? It is possible!

casper

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From parts of the fruits and vegetables that we throw we grow new plants in pots on the window and the balcony. Except that will save money, you will know what you eat, it's not sprayed with chemicals, it is fresh, it will always be at your fingertips.
Link:
http://www.simplehouseholdtips.com/foods-you-can-regrow-from-kitchen-scraps.html
 

Ellipse

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My question is: what energetic value have those plants? Anyway for a survival perspective, the answer is pretty quick.
 

casper

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Ellipse said:
My question is: what energetic value have those plants? Anyway for a survival perspective, the answer is pretty quick.
If you have a garden or a bigger part of the arable land, my advice would be planted the Energy willow.

Energy willows are CO2 neutral.
The yield on 1 hectare of willow energy corresponds to approximately 4700 liters of oil.
1 hectare gives 15 to 25 tons of wooden mass.
Has the property ecoremediation in operation of waste water treatment and land.
Studies have shown that in plantations of willow has more earthworms than in conventional agricultural plantations. This is of great importance for biodiversity conservation
Energy willow produces about 20 times more energy than the energy required for its cultivation and harvesting. Some countries such as Denmark use the space beside roads for planting energy willow .. So in addition to obtaining renewable energy, plantations have the function of protection against air pollution and noise.
link:
http://www.bionera.com/growing/growing-willow-energy
http://www.folkecenter.net/gb/rd/biogas/biomass-energy-crops/energy_willow/
http://agroenergie.ca/produits-services/boutures-et-tiges
 

MK Scarlett

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casper said:
From parts of the fruits and vegetables that we throw we grow new plants in pots on the window and the balcony. Except that will save money, you will know what you eat, it's not sprayed with chemicals, it is fresh, it will always be at your fingertips.
Link:
http://www.simplehouseholdtips.com/foods-you-can-regrow-from-kitchen-scraps.html
Thanks casper for the link, it is really interesting! Well, maybe not now in Winter, but for Spring days, I could give a try to it! ;)
 
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