Author Archives: Denton Homescale Permaculture

About Denton Homescale Permaculture

Environmental Scientist, Graduate Student, Musician, Husband, Father, amateur gardener, and permaculture enthusiast.

Early April…

So Far so good. Most of my plants are doing well and the trees are all looking good. We had a light frost last week that killed off some of my squash seedlings and damaged some of the leaves on my … Continue reading

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The Harvests Begin…

So far this season I have harvested about 2lbs of salad greens (spinach, swiss chard, mesclun, leaf lettuce, parsley, dill, and radish greens) and about 1lbs of radishes. I have set a goal of 1000lbs of production from our property … Continue reading

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Hot, Flat, and Crowded…

One of the primary issues driving my interest in permaculture and urban farming is sustainable development. Professionally, academically, and personally I am involved, to some degree, in researching sustainable development mechanisms and finding new ways for growing populations to prosper without … Continue reading

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Early Season Photos…

 

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Geographic Information Systems and Garden Inventory

I decided this year to plan and inventory my gardening efforts using GIS. The PDF map below is tied to a database that will allow me to track planting dates, seed/plant cost, compost and soil applications, maintenance, disease, pests, and yield. … Continue reading

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In the near beginning…

Hello internets. This is my first attempt at any type of blogging. I was inspired to do this because of my own enjoyment of various gardening and permaculture blogs/ photo blogs and I figured I should give back and catalogue my … Continue reading

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