Just had a query from someone in our facebook group looking for a blog I did ages ago about our “soil factory”. I couldn’t find it either (how do you just lose a blog entry??!!) so I posted up a few pictures in the facebook group with a quick description. For the sake of posterityContinue reading “How to make a soil factory!”
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Bio-bags. Dead easy and a great way to do Bokashi.
I keep talking about bio-bags. And to be honest I’m not completely sure what they’re called in different countries. But they are basically these — a roll of bags that work just like plastic bags but that are made from corn starch. Organic in other words, and they will break down in the soil. WeContinue reading “Bio-bags. Dead easy and a great way to do Bokashi.”
Bokashi 101 on webradio
A couple of weeks ago I got to do something fun. Talk about Bokashi on webradio! There’s a woman in Montana who does a web radio show on gardening. (What else could she possibly write about given that her name is Kate Gardner?!). She called and we talked. And talked…and talked. Probably got a bitContinue reading “Bokashi 101 on webradio”
Urban gardening in bread crates.
First. A confession. I don’t live anywhere near a city. But we have a patch of gravel outside the house so that, for the time being, is my urban backyard. My idea was to test if you could grow a “garden” in a pile of bread crates on a wooden pallet. Then use them duringContinue reading “Urban gardening in bread crates.”
A good news story!
“Salvation Army workers getting compost business off the ground.” This is one of the better, I promise. Just read this and your day will be off to a good start. We can ALL make a difference. And thank god there are some guys out there showing the way. Read the article from the Billings GazetteContinue reading “A good news story!”