Tag: soil

Bokashi soil maker

I’ve been reading about ‘Bokashi soil makers’ of late, so thought I’d investigate a little. I suppose, thechnically, they’re not ‘soil makers’. Soil takes thousands of years to make and populate. It’s a natural process that we can only emulate. However, we gardeners have… Continue Reading “Bokashi soil maker”

Still some vacancies for “Abundance in Your Summer Garden”

There’s still some tickets available for Abundance in Your Summer Garden. A public workshopat the Food Forest, presented by Gawler Environment Centre, Food Forest and Ligaya Garden

Ligaya Gardening Tips #9 Changing tactics for watering

Nasturtium leaves gather little galaxies of water droplets after rain.

As the climate warms, rain patterns are changing. That means more opportunities for gardeners to adapt their watering tactics.

Finally… It’s here… A digital microscope so that we can have fun (sorry, study) critters in the soil!

ligayagarden microscopy soil ecology via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BqYffbhly2O/

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