M. vaccae, a living creature that resides in your backyard compost pile, acts like a mind-altering drug once it enters the human body, functioning like antidep
Just a warning for those people who got a bag of compost from the biennial green waste kerbside collection..
My lawn was "leveled out" by a family member who allowed tradesmen to dump a lot of clay all over it from when we had a retaining wall put in. The clay is now as hard as rock and covering the area where I want to build my main edible garden. I suspecRead more…
Powdery mildew is a disease that usually inflicts curcubits - like pumpkin, zukes etc, and sometimes tomatoes... I know that both EM bugs and milk/ water mix work and yellow ladybirds eat it so are also good. I have read that a bicarb soda recipe alsRead more…
Am interested to know what other people do that makes their garden a success.
My main ones are probably:
* water: I try to water deeply and not very frequently, but NEVER to let the plants dry out. usually means every 2-3 days in winter, every 1-2
The answer is spent mushroom growing Compost! Fungi is now looking for expressions of interest for delivery of this great by-product! This completely organic stuff holds it's moisture like nothing else and the vege garden absolutely loves it - It'sRead more…
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