Bioreactors

Some luck in the garden today. I have been looking into worm farming as a way of composting larger amounts of garden waste material and kitchen scraps and creating the worm castings that are so valuable to the garden. I've more recently come across the Johnson-Su Bioreactor and was impressed by: the large quantity of … Continue reading Bioreactors

November Rains & Seed Saving

I approached the garden gingerly this morning. There was a lot I wanted to do and I didn't want to overwhelm myself. Mrs PP was searching the garden for flowers that weren't rain damaged after the previous few days. It would normally be the Albany Agricultural Show weekend and this year, though it had been … Continue reading November Rains & Seed Saving

Pests, Predators and Observations

The morning started with bird calls. The magpies were the first birds I heard. It was around 4am. This time of the year, in this part of the world, we get some lovely morning light. One of my first tasks was to water the garden. Kind of a gentle way to ease into the day … Continue reading Pests, Predators and Observations