www.farmingsecrets.com Women use mushrooms to poisons. They can tastes very nice and the death can occur 45 days later. Do you want to hear the
www.farmingsecrets.com There are no easy way how to identify if a mushroom is poisonous or not! Some of the old wives tales are: Poisonous mushrooms
www.farmingsecrets.com The Future with Biodynamics and the Need for Some Biodiversity John refers to our politicians as being a monoculture in Canberra! This is part
www.farmingsecrets.com Wider Uses of the Astrological Calendar Listen as Hamish describes one sceptic who set out to disprove the effect of the lunar calendar on
www.farmingsecrets.com Visual results in plant growth when struck at different times in the lunar cycle This is part 3 of 6 of Biodynamic Workshop with
www.farmingsecrets.com Practical applications from observing that it is a Full Moon During the full moon farmers are advised not to mark animals, harvest, cut or
A short rather dismal summary for farmers who face a bleak future until they wake up to what is happening to their soils because of current farming practices.
Dr. Mary Cole explains the 4 main causes of Soil Acidification.
Dr. Mary Cole simply discusses the cause or factors that influence the degradation of soil.
A great short story on why we are having the problems we have in today’s current agricultural practices.
The secret is understanding the value of native pastures and planning for long rest times.
Anna and Michael now can manage 1000’s of hectares and keep their grazing costs to a minimum due to knowing how to manage their cattle and realise the value of native pastures.
Composting improved profits at Camperdown. Here’s a real story of Graham Clay as they turned back the business to nature.
Do you want much deeper plant roots and improved soil structure PLUS slash your costs on inputs? Then pay attention to the benefits of compost which Graham has already experienced.
Graham will use less and less salt based fertilisers as the compost takes effect in the soil. He is also seeing clover return and rye grass disappearing.
How does Graham know that he has the right biology in his compost? Dr Elaine Ingham gives her advice.