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Seed Bomb workshop 4 Maj 19.00-20.00


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På denne workshop laver du dine egne frø bomber. Frøene er spiselige blomster og planter som bierne elsker. Lad os sammen passe bedre på vores værdifulde natur!

Kom og vær med og få dine frøbomber med hjem til altanen, haven, vejkanten eller hvor der måtte være brug for mere liv!

Workshoppen finder sted i HUSET Kbh, Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 København kl. 19.00-20.00.

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At this workshop you make your own seed bombs. The seeds are edible flowers and plants that the bees loves. Let us together take better care of our precious nature!

Come and spend some quality time with a friend, family member or simply bring yourself. You get to bring your seed bombs home to the balcony, the garden, the roadside or where you think more life is needed!

The address is: HUSET Kbh, Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 København kl. 19.00-20.00 o´clock

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The history of seed bombs

Masanobu Fukuoka incorporated his ancestral gardening techniques into his own farming methods and, in so doing, started a revolution. Seed bombs are an ancient Japanese practice called Tsuchi Dango, meaning ‘Earth Dumpling’.

Fukuoka led the way into the world of sustainable agriculture by initiating ‘natural farming’. His methods were simple and produced no pollution. His technique used no machines or chemicals and almost no weeding.

Seed bombing was part of Fukuoka’s annual farming regime. He believed that Mother Nature takes care of the seeds we sow and decides which crops to provide us with, like a process of natural selection, because ultimately nature decides what will grow and when germination will occur, be that in 7 days or several seasons away.

Fukuoka grew seed bomb vegetables like wild plants – he called it ‘semi wild’. He seed bombed on river banks, roadsides and wasteland and allowed them to ‘grow up’ with the weeds. He believed that vegetables grown in this way – including Japanese radish, carrots, burdock, onions and turnips – are stronger than most people think. He would add clover to his vegetable mixes because it acted as a living mulch and conditioned the soil.

Later Event: June 1