Category Archives: Permaculture
I love my tools, but wow! https://joybileefarm.com/tool-maintenance
The bio-intensive vegie patch at Melliodora … Wow!
Interesting article from Jerry … Coffee Grounds As A Herbicide
Pest Patrol is up and has gone french this morning: no frog’s legs, but four grasshoppers are a close substitute, and go well with 7 snails, apparently :P
As the weather warms up, here in Bris, you may start finding some of these little critters on your plants. Don’t squish them! They may look odd/scary but these little guys are ladybug nymphs (adolescent stages) and they, along with … Continue reading
Planting done! :) All the little seedlings have found new homes, been seasolled, and tucked in for the night (ie mulched). Also! Yesterday, while I was planting out some of those seedlings, I found a new recruit to our Vegie Patch Pest … Continue reading
Today’s babies: 12x Riberry (Syzygium leuhmanii) and 12x Midjim Berry (Austromyrtus dulcis) to get our bushfoods sections going, act as privacy screening from the neighbours and provide more habitat for all the gorgeous little insectivorous birds we have here :)
Fruit and veg come in their own natural wrapping. Why do we smother them in plastic?
Anyone else love potagers? Potager Gardens Have Been Around for Centuries: How to Continue the Old Tradition of Growing
Some great advice! Advice to a young farmer, from Eliot Coleman