This Tree Will Change How we do EVERYTHING!

This Tree Will Change How we do EVERYTHING!

This Tree Will Change How we do EVERYTHING!

When you consider desert tailored timber, what involves thoughts? Mesquite timber? Maybe it is palm timber and even cactus. Today we’re prepping for what will likely be a number of plantings of probably the most versatile desert tailored timber on the market…Moringa!

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25 thoughts on “This Tree Will Change How we do EVERYTHING!”

  1. We are now planting moringa trees on our west side of our property. However on our north and east sides of property we have 10 8y old male mulberry trees which our goats love. We would like to purchase 5 female mulberry trees.
    We would like to establish a nut grove, yes they require a lot of water. We currently have 2 pecan and 3 almond trees. Any info you would send our way about nut trees would be appreciated. We are raising pot-belly pigs (not hogs because we can process them ourselves)
    Yucca AZ

  2. I cut back my Moringa trees in March each year. This year I decided to bury the branches, leaves, foodscraps and some compost. I was thinking it would improve the soil. I went to England for 5 months and when I came back I had approximately 8 new Moringa trees and all were over 10ft tall.

  3. I hope your animals like moringas. I planted 2 of them and dug them out after a year because my horses didn't like the taste at all and wouldn't eat any of the fodder, and I didn't want to deal with the pods and such, and I couldn't utilize enough of it. They are amazing trees, regardless, and I might reconsider growing them, but more as an annual crop. I'm interested to see how your plans work out!

  4. I'm curious if you are working with mesquite as well….. Seems ideal for desert-adapted, forage, and depending on species, a marketable product as mesquite meal.

  5. Why not grow pomegranate trees / bushes ? easy to grow in the desert as they are from Iraq / Iran area so even more dry and hot then even AZ. Also I have a Dragon Fruit that is doing awesome here in Buckeye

  6. You said you had a plan for the Moringa trees in the winter to keep them alive…..can you share with me what you will be doing to protect their ability to live thru winter…how tall and wide do the trees get? How far are you going to plant your trees from the fence of the goats and ducks. Thanks for your videos and all the information you provide to us.

  7. I'm thinking I got to go out to Google because my memory doesn't serve me on all the plants and I know Moringa is good for many many things but I know there's also health benefits. All the other trees and stuff do also maybe you can give more information on other uses or multiple uses on your awesome plants❣

  8. I'm not a farmer, I know nothing about managing a farm so don't take my word, but have you ever heard of the trees of the Paulownia family ? They are one of the fastest growing tree and there leaves can be used to feed livestock. They are kind of invasive but maybe you can use those to make a lot of humus fast, a lot of shade fast, and have a staple food for your animals. Also you can sell or use the wood afterward.
    They are different paulownia so pick one who would be better suited to your climate and need, if it interest you of course.

  9. I know these are growing very slow but, for the future generations would you try pinus monophylla it has edible seeds and extremely drought tolerant, also even if invasive ulmus pumila

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