Permaculture one : perennial agriculture for human settlements

by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren - 127 pages - 1981Back To Books
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This book founded Permaculture. "Permaculture One presents unique strategies for creating a food-producing system specifically suited to your needs, whether you garden in your backyard or engage in full-scale farming. By carefully designing a system around functional relationships between plant and animal species you can create a stable 'cultivated ecology' suited to local conditions. The book provides a catalog of 130 trees and plants useful to a permaculture system. The authors have based permaculture on the underlying philosophy 'of working with, rather than against nature' of protracted and thoughtful observation rather than protracted and thoughtless labor; and of looking at plants and animals in all their functions rather than treating any area as a single product system.Focusing throughout the book on providing for human needs while maintaining a deep respect for the finite resources of the earth. Mollison and Holmgren propose an alternative to the resource-hungry methods of commercial agriculture. 'Permaculture One' gives you the tools to begin at your own doorstep." (this book at Amazon)
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Content

Table of Content

  1. Introduction
    1. Definition
    2. Sources
    3. Availability and species selection
    4. Direction and goals
  2. Origins, directions, principles
    1. Origins of agriculture
    2. Modern agriculture
    3. Future of Farming
    4. Permaculture, the future system
    5. Permaculture, basic characteristics
    6. Stability and diversity of the ecosystem
    7. Yields
    8. Energy costs
    9. Labor
    10. Installation and maintenance
    11. Matériel végétal
    12. Perennial forms of annual plnts
    13. Aboriginal Agriculture
  3. The Self-Sufficiency
    1. Self-sufficiency
  4. Products of permaculture
    1. Food
    2. Medicinal substances
    3. Fibers
    4. Animal products
    5. Wood
    6. Tannins and dyes teintures
    7. Various
    8. Fuels
    9. Permacultural technology
    10. Some Intrinsic properties of biological systems
  5. The cultivated ecosystem
    1. Models of natural ecosystems
    2. Permaculture and landscape
    3. Structures and edges in permaculture
    4. Evolution permaculturale
    5. Pest Control Permaculture
  6. Site planning
    1. Planning of the site
    2. Topographical
    3. Climate
    4. Microclimate
    5. Topography
    6. Soil
    7. Vegetation
    8. Water bodies
    9. Structures established by man
    10. Spatial microclimate
    11. Spatial relationships in permaculture
    12. Zoning
    13. Division into sectors
    14. Access
    15. Capture and distribution of water
    16. Aquaculture
    17. Soil
    18. Fire prevention
  7. Establishment of the system
    1. Selection of species
    2. Plant propagation
    3. Planting and Care
    4. Structures and fences
    5. Soils: management and improvement
  8. Animals in permaculture
    1. Food
    2. Animal interactions and associations
    3. Notes on animal species
    4. Grazing and permaculture brouts
    5. Plan a course of chicken and duck
    6. Bees
  9. Mushrooms in permaculture
  10. Urban development, rural renewal
    1. Urban Permaculture
    2. Strategies for cities
    3. Mulch urban
    4. Permaculture and urban neurosis
    5. Summary; concepts, possibilities, principles
    6. In conclusion
  11. Supplies and information
  12. Catalogue of Australian plants
  13. Formal classification of species
  14. Catalog of German plants
  15. German catalog plants and animals for aquaculture
  16. Main references


Table des matieres (fr) :

  1. Introduction
    1. Définition
    2. Sources
    3. Disponibilité et sélection des espèces
    4. Orientation et buts
  2. Origines, directions, principes
    1. Origines de l'agriculture
    2. L'agriculture moderne
    3. Avenir de l'agriculture
    4. Permaculture, le système futur
    5. Permaculture, caractéristiques de base
    6. Stabilité et diversité de l'écosystème
    7. Rendements
    8. Coûts énergétiques
    9. Main d'oeuvre
    10. Installation et entretien
    11. Matérielvégétal
    12. Formes perennes des plantes annuelles
    13. L'agriculture aborigène
  3. L'Autosuffisance
    1. L'autosuffisance
  4. Produits de la permaculture
    1. Nourriture
    2. Substances médicinales
    3. Fibres
    4. Produits animaux
    5. Bois
    6. Tanins et teintures
    7. Divers
    8. Combustibles
    9. Technologie permaculturale
    10. Quelques propriétés Intrinsèques des systèmes biologiques
  5. l'écosystème cultivé
    1. Modèles d'écosystèmes naturels
    2. Permaculture et paysage
    3. Structures et lisières en permaculture
    4. Évolution permaculturale
    5. Contrôle des nuisibles en permaculture
  6. Amenagement du site
    1. L'aménagement du site
    2. Configuration topographique
    3. Climat
    4. Microclimat
    5. Topographie
    6. Sols
    7. Végétation
    8. Masses d'eau
    9. Structures établies par l'homme
    10. Aménagement du microclimat
    11. Relations spatiales en permaculture
    12. Zoning
    13. Division en secteurs
    14. Accès
    15. Captage et distribution de l'eau
    16. Aquaculture
    17. Sols
    18. Prévention des incendies
  7. Établissement du système
    1. Sélection des espèces
    2. Propagation des plantes
    3. Plantation et entretien
    4. Structures et clôtures
    5. Sols : gestion et amélioration
  8. Les animaux en permaculture
    1. Nourriture
    2. Interactions et associations animales
    3. Notes sur les espèces animales
    4. Pâturage et brouts en permaculture
    5. Plan d'un parcours de poules et de canards
    6. Abeilles
  9. Les champignons en permaculture
  10. Évolution urbaine, renouveau rural
    1. Permaculture en milieu urbain
    2. Stratégies pour les villes
    3. Le mulch urbain
    4. Permaculture et névrose urbaine
    5. Récapitulation ; concepts, possibilités, principes
    6. En guise de conclusion
  11. Approvisionnements et informations
  12. Catalogue de plantes australiennes
  13. Classification formelle des espèces
  14. Catalogue de plantes allemandes
  15. Catalogue allemand de plantes et d'animaux pour l'aquaculture
  16. Principales références