We are going to move to Alberton (close to Beenleigh) next month. After moving we want to set up our vegetable garden ASAP. So we hope to get some composted manure, and if possible we prefer cow manure as it relatively mild and can start our
My drum heads do great as do wombok (now that I net them both). I grew savoy this season and it was as tough as old boot leather with a heat the size of a pea. Has anyone else had this experience? This is more of a "stay away from" post than a "he
Last year I planted 7 (70-100mm) rhizomes of Jerusalem artichokes. Over time they sent up green stalks (1200-1500mm) flowered and then gradually the stalks have died down. Yesterday when I was watering in the area I noticed some rhizomes poking t
It became obvious that most of the posts in the buy, swap and give away forum are now a complete waste of time because they expired years ago. So, I figured I would make a single thread that people can use to ask for things they need, part
Call of the Reed Warbler by Charles Massy has to be the best book on raising food and fibre in Australian landscape. Along with Bruce Pascoe's Dark Emu the mind shift we need, in effect, to survive in this land, is logged by two essential reads.