Churn rate

Churn rate even in a field of wildly different sizes does not represent a measure of crop abundance.

Comments on this blog by Margaret K. Welch:

“It should be clear that disturbances and contamination results from the falling and untended crop availability. My perception is that TreeRash was a bad idea and that although the science is quite sound, there were better alternatives to the Tree Rash developed by our generation.


September 27, 2009 - Posted by Peter Mandles


Jeff Rosenberg in Tree Wise is the author of the new book ‘Tree Rapids: A Guide to the Emerging Organic Techniques’.


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