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Zahrada pro budoucnost


Project Garden For The Future


Subsistence farming and agroecological research go hand-in-hand in this project Farming practices are principally "biointensive," which fosters healthy soils, conserves space, and requires very low input, while maximizing yields and increasing sustainability and overall health of this small-scale food production system.



subsistence farm, small town



Czech republic, East Moravian region,



Approx. 300 meters



Continental ,middle European


Hardinness zone

6 b


Agricultural Region



Principal Crops

Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum), Oats ( Avena nuda ),Soya (Glycine max ),Cinese Yam ( Doioscorea batatas ),parsnip ( Pastinaca sativa ), carrots ( Daucus carota), Jerusalem artichoke ( Helianthemum tuberosum), beans ( Phaseolus sp., Viccia sp. ), Pea (Pissum sativum ), squash (Cucurbita sp.), broccoli (Brassica), onion (Allium cepa), garlic (Allium sativum), lettuce (Lactuca sativa), chard (Beta vulgaris), spinach (Spinacia oleracea), beet (Beta vulgaris), tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum), strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis), large scale of raspberries, blackerries etc.

more than 200 rare or healing herbs mostly from EuroAsian region

include educational programms and consultations of health problems ( TCM,ayurveda,nutritional therapy )


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