In a previous post, Simon Webster reported on a proposal to build Australia's first electricty producing biochar plant. In this follow up post JUSTIN RUSSELL gives a run down on how you can use...
JUSTIN RUSSELL elaborates on the benefits of wood chip mulch to established fruit trees.
They must be the ultimate in lazy gardening. PHIL DUDMAN explains how to turn a simple straw bale into a productive organic garden in seconds flat.
Green manures are the cheapest and easiest way to build fertility in the food producing garden, writes Justin Russell.
Nothing is perfect – not even mulch – writes SIMON WEBSTER.
Looking for an easier way to reap the benefits of a worm farm. PHIL DUDMAN describes how to make a worm tower, which cuts out unnecessary handling and maintenance.
A coathanger and a piece of fencing wire are among the tools used in this clever soil testing kit, reports SIMON WEBSTER.
Some people like to grow their own… others enjoy scouring the suburbs for whatever they can get their hands on. PHIL DUDMAN explores some of the free sources of organic matter… what you can grow...
If you’re setting up a new garden and thinking of trucking in a load of ‘organic soil blend’ from your local landscape yard, beware… some blends being sold are complete rubbish. PHIL DUDMAN...
Find out about types of manures and how they work.Video Highlights from Gardening Australia, ABC TV. ABC1 Saturday at 6.30pm. www.abc.net.au/gardening