In the deep recess of my memory I recall a statement made by Masanobu Fukuoka about burying logs in your orchard. I wish to find out where I read it. Does anyone know? The idea is that it is a massive injection of carbon over many years, and the rotten wood keeps very moist. Most people I speak to about this make the point about a nitrogen deficit. I guess you could grow legumes on top of the log and the fruit trees a little way away. Anyway, has anyone come across the article, or book, that I am referring to?