Category Archives: NutrientCycling
Do you have difficulty identifying nutrient deficiencies in your plants? This is easily one of the best articles I’ve seen in a while – I’ll definitely be book-marking this for later reference! Plant Nutrients Explained: Everything You Ever Need To … Continue reading
Limestone Permaculture have re-shared their hot composting info to their Facebook page, but for those who don’t have Facebook, I think its worth transcribing here. If you have the space, this is a great way to compost a larger quantity of material. … Continue reading
One Chicken Can … Did I mention how awesome chickens are :)
LOVE this! One of my favourite things is making better soil, and composting is one of the easiest ways of doing that. Not only does composting improve your soil naturally, it encourages soil critters to move in and turn the … Continue reading
What a great idea for teaching all those budding little green-thumbs (and not so little ones) about composting! Check it out! Become a Compost Rockstar
Wow! Well done! Ethiopian farmers made a desert bloom again
What a brilliant idea!
This is a great little summary of permaculture in Zone 1, the vegie/herb patch, the most frequented and arguably the most productive of the zones. It doesn’t need a large space, or even good soil; it can be done in … Continue reading
“When someone ropes me into telling them and I start the long answer, I eventually see their eyes glaze over. That’s the point where I say, “Then you throw in the kitchen sink and cover it all up.” To date, … Continue reading
Interesting concept. Using Hugelkulture on a larger, forest scale.