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By Chrissy-Tiina Laurikainen

Using Soil Tinctures to = “Feed The Soil, Not The Plant”.

Healthy plants look great, produce high quality produce, repel pests (via volatile organic compounds) & more.  To sustain health, they require a wide range of nutrients, much more than NPK – nitrogen, phosphorus & potassium.  The basic nutrients (biochemical sequence) are used in the order… Boron, which activates: Silicon, which carries all other nutrients, starting […]

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By ruby meaney

Tree Friend – Valencia Orange

The Valencia Orange Tree can live up to 50 years. A Tree will begin to fruit in the first 2-5years. The productive seasons for the Valencia is generally all year or Winter and Summer. The Orange Tree will fruit up to 48years. The Tree comes from India where the average rainfall would be 11-23inches per […]

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By Kaye McRae

Mangifera Indica (Mango)

Mango trees originated from Myanmar (Burma) and Eastern India, where average annual rainfalls across the regions vary from 1,174mm-11,777mm. By comparison, in Queensland, Bowen’s average rainfall is 892mm and Maryborough’s 1,138mm p.a. The mango species is mangifera indica from the anacardiaceae family. Pistachio, cashew and poison ivy (which isn’t actually ivy) also belong to the anacardiaceae […]

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By Konrad

From Grassland To Food Forest

So how to we actually start from ground up? In this short video Ian Trew walks through various stages in establishing a food forest and explains the process of how we actually help to speed up changing grassland into food forest.   More FREE Videos Watch our free permaculture course introduction here: WATCH HERE  

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