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Old 03-13-2019, 12:54 PM #1
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Nitrogen Fixing Trees

A recent mention of Fukuoka brought these to mind.
I would include yucca in this list, though it isn't a tree.
I've used a lot of yucca. A lot of acacia seed. Always rich soil where you find these growing.


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Where I live we have Black locust with autumn olive in the understory. Both can be invasive but all the wild blackberry brambles and other plants get huge.
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list of trees, shrubs, vines for a temperate climate

https://tcpermaculture.blogspot.com/...en-fixers.html




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Some of the best gorilla grows I ever did back in the last 70s and 80s took place deep in an alder swamp. I made hill piles of swamp muck early in the spring, and planted my plants on each "island". No fertilizer needed or watering either. The plants would always outgrow the ol' alder trees. I could literally visit these plants twice, once to transplant in the spring, and then to harvest in the fall. Lol

The wonders of nitrogen fixing trees!
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Redbud (Cercis cannadensis), Mesquite (Prosopis gladulosa) are a couple of trees I know of that fix nitrogen. Both are very common where I am. Redbud I have seen Canada to Mexico.
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Even though they are not trees.

Clovers and hairy vetch are great for nitrogen fixation.
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