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Gardening

What we do next: a message from the Kogi

Categories: Biodiversity, Birds, Communities, Gardening, Nature | Leave a comment

Water shortage in the garden?

Wise words from Garden Organic Even if you don’t remember the drought of 1976, you are probably aware of the current water shortages across England.  With the forecast due for a dry July, here below are some tips for the organic gardener. And in years to come, its worth making your growing area more water … Continue reading »

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Compostable coffee cups

It is now possible to use coffee cups which go into the compost bin! The problem? Conventional takeaway packaging uses a mix of materials (plastic, card, films, metals). For example, conventional coffee cups are made of card lined with plastic. Separately, plastic and card are easy to recycle. But combined, the card contaminates the plastics … Continue reading »

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Find land for veggie growing

Huws Organic Gardening’s suggestion for finding land to grow veggies:-

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Composting and leaves

Learn how to use fallen leaves to enrich your garden:-

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The bucket

[NB  The swimming bees were rescued]

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Water woes in India

See this BBC page. Are we doing all we can to save water?  Rainwater should be captured in butts and tanks for garden use.  

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Growing Your Own Food – Act Now – Vertical Garden in Progress

Have you ever thought about growing your own food, but did not quite know how to go about it? Well, it’s easy and accessible to everyone. Even if you have no land, no garden and no balcony – as long as you live in a room where there is natural light, you can grow a little … Continue reading »

Categories: Community gardening, Growing vegetables, Nature, Organic gardening | Leave a comment

How to have a more productive vegetable garden in 2017

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Grow your own mycorrhizal fungi!!

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