A few gardeners are blessed with deep, rich, textured, fertile soil. But what if you aren't? Asks Penny Woodward
JUSTIN RUSSELL explores some gentle techniques to help restore your wet, wet, wet soil.
Recycling kitchen scraps through a worm farm provides valuable worm castings and juice to improve garden soil and plant growth, writes Jessamy Miller.
To celebrate International Compost Awareness Week PENNY WOODWARD shares her recipe for compost success.
Opinion is divided on whether tomatoes benefit from pruning, writes Penny Woodward.
With an El Nino threatening a dry spring, mulching may prove vital, writes JUSTIN RUSSELL.
Diverse soil communities can limit the effects of climate change, explains PENNY WOODWARD.
JUSTIN RUSSELL celebrates 16 years of food growing by sharing his one fundamental principle for gardening success.
Soil testing in the Patch from Scratch backyard revealed the extent of environmental contamination in our cities, writes JACQUELINE FORSTER.
Sandy soils, says PENNY WOODWARD, can be challenging for gardeners.