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    1. Rob Sisson Says:

      I thought the chips were supposed to be put down on soil that had already been worked and tilled. Thereafter, making it much easier. Also, we had a relatively dry winter…not much rotting of wood in the cold, dry conditions. Having said that, much of the Back to Eden video shows heaviest wood mulch use in orchards…where it isn’t moved and tilled.

      I covered my small tilled garden with chips this spring…so I’m all in on the experiment, too.

    2. Eric Says:

      “I thought the chips were supposed to be put down on soil that had already been worked and tilled.”
      REPLY: Nope, I went back and watched that segment four times: Just lay the wood chips down, at least six inches deep, and wait for six months. It’ll kill the grass, leaving behind the nitrogen and other nutrients from the grass, mixed in the rich humus of the decomposed wood chips. In theory, at least. At my house, the wood chips on the very bottom (and I had about nine inches piled out there) were, I’d say, 80% in tact.

      “we had a relatively dry winter…not much rotting of wood in the cold, dry conditions.”
      REPLY: I hadn’t considered that. I hope you’re right.

    3. mike Says:

      Eric,

      Another factor: composting happens quicker with higher temperatures

    4. Eric Says:

      Mike: You’re right, but the Eden film talks about laying down the wood chips in the Fall, so they have time to decompose before the Spring. The process contemplates Winter decomposition and, indeed, I had steam rising from my pile well into December. Neighbors and friends were busting my chops about it (“Criminy, Scheske. You’re gonna cause a school fog delay”).

      I think they’ll break down a lot more this Summer. I just think the film makers need to be a little more candid about the potential time lag and more honest with viewers (to wit, not every one gets the results portrayed in the film).

    5. howard birky Says:

      I have not seen the film, but the size of the wood chips would be important as to how fast they decompose.

      The information I have involves laying down sections from the old small square hay bales, which do decompose, mostly over a year. You might check out the gardening books authored by Ruth Stout in the 1970s (and perhaps earlier) for more on this method.

     

     

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