Wednesday, November 5, 2014




  • The fruit provide great feed for poultry and pigs when planted among them. Great for fattening pigs. Plenty of falling fruit means no need to harvest and feed at certain times of year. Might we add it’s also very tasty food for humans.
  • Grow fast and fruit fairly early in their lives.
  • Easy and hardy to transplant, grows well from cuttings
  • Has a pretty good resilience to pests and disease.
  • Trunks of the trees make good posts, while branches make for decent firewood.
  • Leaves that are high protein and edible as a vegetable for humans, as well as for cows, goats, sheep and rabbits. ( Extracted from
We have two Mulberry trees in our garden now and are really pleased to find out that they have even more uses than we knew about. I have also seen a video about creating new trees by using an aerial layering technique, so that will be a good thing to try in the future.

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