May in the Vegie Patch, Prep Asparagus for Spring + Manure 101
Edible Backyard Blog
by Kath Irvine
3w ago
Edible Backyard May in the Vegie Patch, Prep Asparagus for Spring + Manure 101 It’s easy when its cold out, to ignore your vegie patch. I mean, plants don’t need watering at this time of year do they? The answer, my friends, is unique […] May in the Vegie Patch, Prep Asparagus for Spring + Manure 101 Kath Irvine ..read more
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May In The Vegie Patch + Greenhouse
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by Kath Irvine
3w ago
Edible Backyard May In The Vegie Patch + Greenhouse As the vegie garden missions slow down, get stuck in and make lots of compost! There’s heaps of finished summer crops/ flowers/ perennials about, providing a bounty of ingredients – […] May In The Vegie Patch + Greenhouse Kath Irvine ..read more
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May Fruit Tree To Do List
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by Kath Irvine
3w ago
Edible Backyard May Fruit Tree To Do List May is the month to get prep’d for fruit + shelter + fun tree planting. A little bit of tree research goes such a long way! Do it! As does […] May Fruit Tree To Do List Kath Irvine ..read more
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Manure 101
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by Kath Irvine
3w ago
Edible Backyard Manure 101 Manure is part of natures deft design – we eat the food that grew on the ground that’s fertilised by the manure which began as the food – such an […] Manure 101 Kath Irvine ..read more
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April In The Vegie Patch
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by Kath Irvine
1M ago
Edible Backyard April In The Vegie Patch Out with the old and in with the new – now! Today! Or you’ll run out of grow time. Make space Whip around and chop down finished crops (hello compost […] April In The Vegie Patch Kath Irvine ..read more
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April Fruit Tree To Do List
Edible Backyard Blog
by Kath Irvine
1M ago
Edible Backyard April Fruit Tree To Do List This month is all about harvesting nuts, preparing deciduous fruit trees for winter, caring for citrus and planning new fruit/shelter/ nut trees. Citrus Care Young developing fruits alert you to […] April Fruit Tree To Do List Kath Irvine ..read more
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April In The Greenhouse
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by Kath Irvine
1M ago
Edible Backyard April In The Greenhouse The greenhouse soil has worked hard in the summer heat, and needs a bit of love before planting the next lot of crops out. Create space As long as tomatoes, […] April In The Greenhouse Kath Irvine ..read more
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Step by Step to a Perfectly Fed Vegie Patch
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by Kath Irvine
1M ago
Edible Backyard Step by Step to a Perfectly Fed Vegie Patch Overfeeding is easily done. Surrounded as we are, by seductive marketing and miracle soil food. Home gardeners fertilise wildly, mostly because there’s no business bottom line, but also, please forgive […] Step by Step to a Perfectly Fed Vegie Patch Kath Irvine ..read more
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What is humus
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by Kath Irvine
1M ago
Edible Backyard What is humus Humus is the end result of fully decomposed organic matter (which I like to call OM to save typing.) Humus is Humus is the perfect environment for biology to thrive […] What is humus Kath Irvine ..read more
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March In The Vegie Patch + Greenhouse
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by Kath Irvine
2M ago
Edible Backyard March In The Vegie Patch + Greenhouse Clear starry nights, cool, dewy mornings and that special golden hue in the evening sky are all signs that Autumn is moving in. The cooler mornings and nights slowly begin […] March In The Vegie Patch + Greenhouse Kath Irvine ..read more
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