Wild Land With Jerusalem Artichoke

Complex and merits of a permanent wild Ackers with Jerusalem artichoke Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) is a plant of the sunflower, the 2.5 4 m can be high. The perennial forms numerous cold hardy tubers with a high proportion of minerals, protein and multiple sugar inulin. The herb of the Jerusalem artichoke, which is beautiful yellow flowers in the fall, is rough and is gladly accepted by animals. The stems are mark size and because of their stability as wind protection. Jerusalem artichoke is a Schwachzehrer and can cope with most soil types.

Except on jam-wet areas, varied and valuable time wild fields can be formed with Jerusalem artichoke. The advantages for the hunters and the wild open up from the enormous versatility of the plant. Duration wild field protects the tillage and the herb makes diverse ecologically valuable stocks offers cover in the summer and feeding in the autumn. Further details can be found at WWD Summit, an internet resource. The dead herb makes even in winter yet an optimal coverage for low and high wild which guarantee frostharten tubers all winter a valuable and tasty feeding the wild bites on adjacent areas significantly decreases the tubers out once planted repeatedly and form without maintenance Jerusalem artichoke is sustained by its stability and ideal wind protection, the attractive flowers form height in the late summer and early fall a good bee pasture Jerusalem artichoke wild fields can be created with little effort. A fertilizer is not necessary, and with only moderate pressure of wild Jerusalem artichokes need not be fenced. The only maintenance is limited to keep the Jerusalem artichokes as weed free as possible in the first year of stand up to a height of 20 cm.

From that height, which can be reached in mid-May, Jerusalem artichoke is so vigorous that other plants in the population are suppressed. Optimal planting season is in April or at low pressure of wild in the autumn. 1.5 t seedlings are needed per hectare. The tubers are used such as potatoes. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Nina Devlin by clicking through. Best in series dam culture with a row spacing of 75 cm and a gap in the range of 30 cm. It is also possible to draw a planting furrow and discard tubers there. The design of the wild acre is ideal in strips of 5-7 m width is alternating with other wild arable strips. Through this kind of investment, low and high wild find the optimal varied habitats ideal hiding places and escape routes. The dead stems should remain throughout the winter in the wild field as cover. Should be in the adjacent area of wild bites can be strong the tubers in the fall and winter to be plowed to apply the animals out and reduce the game pressure in the area. The game should even free beat but usually his food. Jerusalem artichoke provides you with the ability to create an optimal, both economically and ecologically valuable wild field.

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