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Polyculture Pattern Language: Nitrogen Fixation Patterns

Polyculture Pattern Language: Nitrogen Fixation Patterns - The Permaculture Research Institute

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Certain plants, like legumes, are nitrogen-fixing which means they give back to the earth what other crops depleted. Plant these superheroes in your garden.

Introducing Nitrogen Fixing Trees: Nature’s Solution to Curing N2 Deficiency

Introducing Nitrogen Fixing Trees: Nature’s Solution to Curing Deficiency - The Permaculture Research Institute

Chart of nitrogen fixing plants that are native to North America, like false indigo (Amorpha fruticosa), and also non-native ...perennialsolutions.org

Chart of nitrogen fixing plants that are native to North America, like false indigo (Amorpha fruticosa)

Nitrogen fixing trees are unique natural gifts that can solve the problem of nitrogen deficiency, one of the major problems of present world’s agriculture, without any potential ecological or environmental hazard. Apart from nitrogen addition to the soil, they are also capable of improving the quality of soils to a great extent; e.g. they can turn a disturbed soil into a good one. To facilitate their use in all types …

3 Nitrogen Fixing Trees for Snowy Regions - The Permaculture Research Institute

Pea Trees & Shrubs - Nitrogen Fixer, Wildlife food plant, also supports hummingbirds & bees, Pioneer Plant, Windbreak Plant: fast growing, but not very tall, Hedge Plant: the thorns on this plant will likely make it a worthwhile food-producing, living fence for livestock, Erosion Control Species, Fodder Crop: chickens particularly enjoy pods & seed, also for sheep, goats, cattle, deer, reindeer, & camels, Fiber Plant: bark makes cordage, Dye Plant: leaves make blue dye

The Pea Tree is a hardy nitrogen fixing shrub related to the Siberian Pea Tree, only with pods approx. The young buds are edible and the beans in the pods can be eaten although they are.

List of Nitrogen-Fixing Plants PDF thumbnail

List of Nitrogen-Fixing Plants

nitrogen fixing plants and microbes from permaculture magazine. lots of great info!

Nitrogen is essential in plant growth and nitrogen-fixing plants are hugely beneficial in any ecosystem. Paul Alfrey explains the two main groups of microbes plants use when nitrogen-fixing, Frankia and Rhizobium.

Create your own forest garden with these 5 plants:  Apple Tree, Red Clover: The Nitrogen Fixer, Chives for pests, Keep Out Weeds with Comfrey, Wild Yam Adds a Vertical Layer

Create your own forest garden with these 5 plants: Apple Tree, Red Clover: The Nitrogen Fixer, Chives for pests, Keep Out Weeds with Comfrey, Wild Yam Adds a Vertical Layer

Licorice Root is a common ingredient in herbal teas.

Licorice is a medium-sized, herbaceous plant that is a nitrogen fixer, dynamic accumulator, beneficial insect attractor, and has edible and medicinal parts!

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