Websites for conucos (permaculture in taino)

From Wikipedia, citing Irving Rouse, The Tainos (1992):

Fields for important root crops, such as the staple yuca, were prepared by heaping up mounds of soil, called conucos. This improved soil drainage and fertility as well as delaying erosion, allowed for longer storage of crops in the ground. […] Typically, conucos were three feet high and nine feet in circumference and were arranged in rows.