Am aware that I might be asking the impossible, but this is the right place to ask it...
My garden in Auckland wants a ground crop that I can plant now and harvest at the end of September.
Anything considered, wasabi, cut flowers, ... So long as I can sell the produce and make a buck off it, then I should be trying to use the land as intensively as possible, no?…
Posted by Megan on April 21, 2016 at 9:55pm
Quite stoked to have reached 10,000 journal downloads in over 90 countries. To celebrate this wee milestone I have been working on a new incarnation of my permaculture journals now as a more accessible web resource with case studies, images and videos accumulated over the years in developing sustainable production systems. Feel free to check it out at: www.piginthemud.com…Continue
Posted by Tim on March 19, 2016 at 3:19pm
Posted by James Samuel on February 29, 2016 at 8:00am
Learn the inner workings of small-plot growing and discover how urban micro-farming can be a profitable enterprise while regenerating the land and your local food system. Jean-Martin Fortier and Curtis Stone will share the design and workings of their individual enterprises – both the production and the business – with insights and knowledge that has been hard won, but ready for you to take and implement. Details of what you can expect at these workshops, can be found at…Continue
Posted by James Samuel on January 23, 2016 at 9:03am
I haven't done much propagating in the last 3 years so my collection of saved seeds is getting old.
I have collected quite a lot of varieties of tomato seed and I want to grow them again andsave some fresh seed.
A storage container with many of my seeds in it was accidently moved to our shed. The shed gets warm in Summer, so is not an ideal place for storing seed.
When I finally tracked the container down and rescued it I found that mice had got in and eaten some of my…
Posted by Hester on September 23, 2015 at 3:00pm