Szasz Walker Family Homestead, NSW, Australia

Szasz Walker Family Homestead
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
Protecting your garden from the wind will increase productivity and decrease workload. Often overlooked, it should be one of the first things you consider when designing your garden or choosing a site. The advantages of a windbreak are many, however there are some disadvantages and if designed poorly one can create a bigger problem rather than finding a solution. This blog post looks at the design process in a bit more detail.

https://balkanecologyproject.blogspot.com/2013/09/wind-breaks-and-shelter-belts.html

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