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Growing vegetables, fruit and herbs in your backyard
2012-06-22 06:24
There seems to be a lot of confusion out there on how are climate is changing, yes is is! there is no doubt it's fact a here's how we know. One very accurate way to measure past climate is v… Read More
From Muck To Meal Bag
2012-03-30 22:20
I saw a program on SBS on Wednesday night, a what's known as a dust man from London goes to Jakarta. There he does the same job collecting rubbish for a week. Love those shows! The thing th… Read More
2012-02-05 10:13
I've been reading a book "The atom and the Apple" by Sebastien Balibar a French Physicist a great book though some things I didn't get he really did clear up the future of energy. I summariz… Read More
Food From Waste
2012-01-17 23:27
I've been having trouble accessing my account and have not been posting. I've been growing food in Melbourne simply from waste from the kitchen is easy and low cost and very satisfying. &nb&hell…Read More
Nina & Gino
2011-10-05 08:19
Nina and Gino have been growing their own vegetables, herbs and fruit in the tropics for the last 30 years in that time gaining a lot of experience and knowledge about growing food in this c… Read More
2011-10-05 08:18
I first saw Capsicum growing so well in my neighbor garden, it looked great and I had to give it a try. I now plant it every year and have an entire bed just for capsicum with about 15 plant… Read More
2011-10-05 08:17
Snake beans have been a great asset to my Garden here in Cairns. Even at the beginning of January the climbing variety are still flowering and producing beans. Being a legume and preferring… Read More
2011-10-05 08:17
Pest Control & Balance One of the greatest pleasures I have as a food growing besides harvesting and cooking is observation. Early morning walking around the garden and observing the in… Read More
2011-10-05 08:16
As the weather starts to warm up corn is a great addition to my backyard food garden. Corn is a member of the grass family of plants along with sugar cane, so has adapted to heat and bright… Read More

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