Scientist Kate Wall experienced the Brisbane floods of 2011 and now 2022: here's two important tips she's learned to help gardens recover.
You can use a bath, trough, sink or even a large tin to make a worm farm, says Penny Woodward
Early autumn is a good time to take a close look at your soil and do some prep work for your new crops, writes Penny Woodward.
Jian Liu has discovered a few tricks for harnessing all the benefits of compost, with minimal effort.
Like many gardeners, Penny Woodward's soil is rather sodden at the moment, and she's being very careful not to tread on it.
Not everyone has the space in the garden for a compost heap, writes Penny Woodward -- that's where a worm farm comes in!
The loss of a much-loved garden during a bushfire can be devastating, but with patience and time you can rebuild. And your soil is a good place to start.
Karen Sutherland outlines the fertiliser and soil amendment options for vegan gardeners or those who are looking for ways to reduce animal dependence.
A few gardeners are blessed with deep, rich, textured, fertile soil. But what if you aren't? Penny Woodward has some ideas to help.
What is pH and how can you change it? Penny Woodward explains.