In the July/August 2013 issue of Organic Gardener magazine, Phil Dudman explains how to prune citrus trees, including cutting an old tree back severely if needed. He also mentions that painting...
In the March/April 2013 issue of Organic Gardener, Jerry Coleby-Williams explains the essentials of good soil and how to remedy problems.
When he moved from the UK to Australia it took him...
Scything, soil and sauerkraut are on the menu at an upcoming workshop weekend, SIMON WEBSTER reports.
Scientists have come up with a weed mat that biodegrades and improves soil, SIMON WEBSTER reports.
With the right pre and post-harvest treatment, your homegrown organic onions will store for months. PHIL DUDMAN shares his tips and experiences.
Summer in the organic garden can pose its challenges, particularly in hot areas. PHIL DUDMAN shares a few tips for staying cool and keeping crops productive.
There’s no need to use peat moss, SIMON WEBSTER reports.
A local produce swap can produce some interesting outcomes. JUSTIN RUSSELL shares his excitement about scoring a few bags of...horse manure - perfect for making compost.
PHIL DUDMAN shows how to build a simple three-bay compost system from recycled materials.
Lots of perennial food plants can be easily propagated by division of the root ball. JUSTIN RUSSELL explains how.