Category Archives: CompostWorms

15 March 2016 7:10am – Using Newspapers

Interesting article on the use of newspaper and cardboard in your gardens and whether the components are ‘safe’. I personally collect newspapers for specifically this purpose. I find them useful for sheet mulching before laying down a new garden bed … Continue reading

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13 March 2016 8:35am – 5 Ideas for Transitioning to Permaculture

5 SIMPLE IDEAS FOR TRANSITIONING INTO A PERMACULTURE GARDEN

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12 March 2016 6:06am – Permaculture News

Some interesting articles and up-coming courses. Permaculture News

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12 March 2016 5:03am – Growing soil

Great article from Family Food Garden about growing your soil. This is easily our biggest challenge here at Myrtle Farm. With our sandy/silt soil, any nutrients I managed to get into the soil is gradually washed away as I water … Continue reading

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16 February 2016 3:41pm – Worm Farm Seat

Why not make the lid of your worm farm into a seat? :) looks great, and like it would do a pretty good job at keeping creepy crawlies and rats out too! THE WORM FARM SEAT

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