Julie Hayward
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Julie Hayward commented on Megan's group Bokashi
"Thanks Megan for your advice.  I had never heard of bokashi.  I will try and get some and try it with my food scraps with aview to making my garden boxes soil healthy and productive again."
Jul 10, 2011
Julie Hayward joined Megan's group
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Bokashi

For everyone interested to learn more about this method of composting. If you're already using it, please share your experience, tips and advice.
Jul 10, 2011
Megan left a comment for Julie Hayward
"hello Julie, if you're using bokashi to process your kitchen waste, bury the waste in your raised bed. Make sure that you dig a really deep hole and cover it well or else birds will be attracted by the increased worm activity where you've…"
Jun 29, 2011
Julie Hayward joined Laine's group
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Self Sufficiency - The Dream

A lot of people have the dream of a few acres of land and self reliance (as opposed to self -sufficiency, which is a myth!). This group is to draw together the experiences of those living the dream and sharing the lessons learned on the way with those still working towards living on the land.See More
Jun 29, 2011
Julie Hayward posted a status
"My raised garden is depleted - should I add something or change soil?"
Jun 29, 2011
Julie Hayward is now a member of Ooooby
Jun 28, 2011

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Suburb
Cashmere
Post / Zip Code
8022
I am a...
Gardener
I can offer
Nothing yet.
Food Growing Skill Level
Moderate
Experience and Qualifications
Lots of years in the garden
I am interested in...
Buying Local Food, Bartering Local Food, Learning, Helping Others, Seed Savers
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
I have a mainly clay environment. Tried growing in raised boxed garden with initial success but boxes no longer producing and need to be dug out and start again unless there is some way to revitalise existing soil.

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At 8:32am on June 29, 2011, Megan said…
hello Julie, if you're using bokashi to process your kitchen waste, bury the waste in your raised bed. Make sure that you dig a really deep hole and cover it well or else birds will be attracted by the increased worm activity where you've buried the waste. You might be interested to join this group too.
 
 
 

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