Having decided it was past time to re-load the SoilFixer Super Composter that’s exactly what I did earlier this week…
May is the month when it really gets busy in the greenhouse as the warmth-loving seeds are finally sown.
It’s getting busy in the greenhouse as the seedling production line speeds up for spring.
Today I cycled down to the plot for my hour outside. The sun was shining, the lightest of breezes was blowing, and if circumstances had been different then I would have stayed all day.
Jo and I invested our State Authorised Exercise Hour in a work session down on the plot today.
Mixed results so far from the two green manure cover crop tests that I set up back in September 2019.
One job I definitely wanted to get done this winter was to finish the reorganisation of the soft-fruit section of plot #59.
The winter months are no time to be tramping back and forth across your soil, but it’s an ideal time for catching up on your maintenance jobs…
I’ve been carrying out my annual seed audit. I was planning an epic spending spree on new seeds, but it didn’t quite work out that way…
This year I’ve been trialling the new SylvaGrow Peat-Free Planter vs a bog-standard peat-based growbag, and now I’m pleased to report the results of the trial.