Sunlight is probably the most important ‘nutrient’ at this time of year. Here’s a few tips on how to maximise it.
Jump on the farm wagon and start growing your own food. Here’s part #1
I’ve been fiddling for a while trying to work out a way to extend the Bokashi liquid that we buy from the shops. I’m happy that I’ve finally got a system that provides consistent results. It is ridiculously simple. All it takes is – 20 ml of commercial Bokashi liquid 20 ml cup of molasses 2 ml of liquid seaweed fertilizer 2 litres of filtered or rain water All you do is mix them all up, put them in a container of the appropriate size, leaving the lid a little loose, or use some other way to release the gas that builds up such as a daily ‘burping’. Leave the container in a warm place for a couple of weeks. The time will depend on the temperature – in Summer it can take only a few days. You will notice small bubbles forming on the surface. This is carbon dioxide that comes from the activities of the microbes in
Turn waste paper into fish and vegetables.
A whole mix of veggies growing in our square metre gardens
Our kangkong (water spinach) is thriving with more shelter, sunlight and water. http://suburbable.tumblr.com/post/142490805002/we-moved-the-kangkong-so-it-got-more-light-and
A brief lok at the front garden so far.