No longer at Eco Centro Soneva Fushi
No longer at Eco Centro Soneva Fushi
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Commenced:
01/11/2010
Submitted:
16/02/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Soneva Fushi , Baa Atoll, MV
Website:
www.permaculturemaldives.blogspot.com
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical





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Posted by Mark Garrett over 8 years ago

These are the last 2 posts on work done at Eco Centro and the island for control of mosquitoes and research and findings on the use of coconut fibre as a mulch and a nutrient source in the tropics

Plese go to www.permaculturemaldives.blogspot.com as it saves me doing the post twice and /I havent worked out how to copy it to this forum as yet !! please bear with me. As in Permaculture its all an experiement untill it works for you :) 

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Mark Brown
Mark Brown : you've got a lovely bunch of coconuts.
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Natasha Turner
Natasha Turner : Hi Mark, you might want to fix your link. Blogspot is spelled incorrectly, so it links to some hoaky site.
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Natasha Turner
Natasha Turner : You have lovely pictures and detailed articles. Keep up the great work! I would like to see an article explaining your coconut gate more. Also, what is the method you use for shredding your coconut husks. We have an abundance of coconuts here too, but I had not figured out a use for all the husks yet.
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Mark Garrett
Mark Garrett : Hi Natasha thanks for the misspelling error .. all fixed now . i will take photos of our machinery for you tm and post so you can see.. though I am looking at a machine from the UK called the Eco -Combie a shredder , 150mm chipper and coconut shredder plus all of the palm frond ...www.greenmech.co.uk

I will send more on Gate as well

Hi Mark ..more of a very large lovely bunch of coconuts
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