The dry continues to make returns on the garden produce harder and harder ..... it has teased us a couple of times with clouds and the lightest of sprinkle but not even to wet a table napkin.
I have all my worm beds under a large tarp to help keep moisture in and stop the beds from baking.
Worms are a pretty easy part of the ecosystem I have in place to keep going, but it…Continue
I have heard we are going to get rain in February :-) so I decided to throw in a few bean seeds I saved from the last crop in the garden.
I can't find the discussion I was in when I mentioned I had a broccoli plant I had seeded from a previous crop and it was ready to be collected again ...it has an appearance in the clip.
I have over the past couple of years been saving…Continue
Added by Russell James on January 30, 2019 at 8:59 — No Comments
I have had to delay plantings to at least 3 of my beds due to the hot dry conditions even though I am covering with shade cloth and netting that I have made up on tunnel hoops, it is still taking a lot of water just to fill the local cafe's orders.
The continuing dry spell will be starting to make an impact on fruit and veg prices and availability soon enough, so as a grower its always good to know you have at least…Continue
I shot a video of the planting out I did last season and changes I made for our Youtube channel.
As an update, I had to redo all the beds I used the organic material mulch on, going back to using landscape fabric as the pests were eating me out of any usable fruit.…Continue
As growers, we all have to deal with the many issues that go along with the attempts to produce a crop of food that has not been invested with preditors or miserable representations of what should be growing due to lack of water, nutrients etc.
I rely on netting and various watering…Continue
Looking forward to looking through the site and see what everyone is up to in their gardens and different enterprises.Continue