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  • 8 years later...

This is especially good for areas with drought as the wood breaks down lessening the need for as much water for anything planted in the top and sides of a hugelkultur mound. Some places have a dry season and a rainy season. Hugelkultur solves both problems. In the dry season you don’t have to water as much. In the wet season you get good drainage for your plants because they are above the normal surface.

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