Farming is much more work than folks think. At least in the beginning it can be back breaking, tiring, full filling, exhausting and empowering all at the same time. Most folks don't give it enough of a try, they have a few crop failures and they throw in the trowel and head back to the... Continue Reading →
Nothing sets off a great salad like fresh picked tomatoes. Especially those from your own garden. These here in this picture are set up in bucket drip systems, Their roots sit in small clay stone ( lecca) and descended towards the water. A small hose pushing air up a tube sends water gently sprinkling over... Continue Reading →
Yeah, it seems like an obvious one, but you don't see the leaks until the rush of cold dirty rain water starts gurgling over the lip of your plastic ; straight into an organic heirloom big red slicer until it's pouring cats n' dogs... ARG. So check your seal, ties and clamps often. Nothing like... Continue Reading →
Always plan before you plant, spend the twenty minutes sitting down and sketch out your space and your garden. Never walk in blindly. That is an expensive way to learn a cheap lesson.