The “straight run” of most every place that sells chicks, ducklings, and goslings are the “leftover” birds after the sexed chicks have been separated out for sale. Due to the aggressive and overbearing nature of male birds (roosters and drakes)
Got a duck pond without a pond liner? Welcome to a new battle against the vigorous and chaotic nature of waterfowl. Learning to harness the true power of adding ducks to your edible landscape or food garden is a steep
Tips for planting Jungle Val (Eelgrass, Water Celery) in an unlined, clay pond, adding pond soil amendments to keep it alive and thriving, and maximize growth for use as a sustainable duck feed.
Golden Oregano is a glowing, shrubby-like perennial that smells amazing, helps protect the soil from baking in the summer sun, and can thrive in full sun or partial shade, making it great filler plant to squeeze into all the crevices
Companion plant "Sweet Shoot" aka Vegetable Bamboo in the edible landscape with these delicious plants. Grow more food in less space! 🧡
Growing duck and chicken coop bedding in the edible landscape improves a permaculture system while increasing fertility and saving money.
Ducks have a sticky excrement that when combined with water, sinks and disperses rather quickly allowing it to be sucked into holes in a pond and mucking them up (think each hole in the pond acts as a drain in
Viewing of the Bonfire Patio Dwarf Peach Tree While Fruiting in a Permaculture Food Forest (Edible Landscape)
Take a look at the beautiful Bonfire Patio Peach Tree, its lovely foliage, and the fruit it produces in this edible landscape.
How To Use Grape Vines, Pea Vines, and Sweet Potato Vines To Give Your Edible Landscape\Garden Ducks A Protective Canopy
Protect your food forest ducks from flying predators by growing an edible canopy to hide them from danger.
If your duck-keeping goal is 100% sustainability and free-ranging ducks the permaculture way, here are some food foresting tips for you.
The best duck pond plants for growing duck feed and duck food that is nutritious, cost-effective, and sustainable while supporting the development of your edible landscape.