The problematic tribute to the cultivation of Paulownia seems to continue. Rumors show that the fourth in the series part is ante portas. The population is asked to stand up to the circumstances. Temperament is the point. No conciliation with the enemy. From now on, we speak Japanese. Kiri.
After the enthusiastic welcome of the two previous parts by the mother and relatives of the authors of ‘Kalliergeia’ (Chinese 养殖), the tribute to the cultivation of Pavlina continues with the third part dealing exclusively with methods of propagation it.
In the second part of the tribute to the cultivation of Paulownia, the soil characteristics that favor the development of the tree and the areas indicated for its large-scale planting are examined and presented.
One of China’s most significant offerings to humanity, apart from its magnificent obsessive language, is also Paulownia. The Paulownia or Empress Tree or Kiri (in simple Japanese) is of exceptional economic interest with a strong ecological footprint. In the series of articles below, all the information required for cultivation will be attempted so that the prospective grower can form a global picture weighing its advantages and disadvantages, but also those who already cultivate it may be able to deepens its every aspect of farming.
Part One (第一部分).
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Planting or making a hole in the water? Anyhow somebody can see, it is certain that the artificial island, Freedom Cove, created by Mrs Catherine King and Mr. Wayne Adams in Canada, includes many plants, a vegetable garden and four greenhouses. As for the hole, yes and that is there. For fishing from the living room.