Listen Audio Here: David Davidson is not just a worm farmer but a microbe farmer and says that the worms are the vehicle to breed
This talk “Say goodbye to fertiliser costs – worms are the answer!” was filmed at S.A.F.E (Seymour Alternative Field Days) March 2014. Davo Davidson has
“What we are trying to do is work with nature, not against it – that’s what sustainable farming is.” – The Van Donk Family
“Synthetic fertilizers seem to be terrible for the environment” – The Whiting Family learn the biological way of farming. The cows are more content
The McGlade Family learn the biological way of farming. Going back to natural ways is what’s good for the health of the soil, health
The Boyd Family learn the biological way of farming through making their own compost resulting in: Better root structures, better grasses for the cows,
See how happy the Davis family are now that they found the biology in the soilthrough making their own compost. For more on the results
www.farmingsecrets.com Actual Compost Tea Brewing! Bruce discusses compost tea making. Notice that he does not use a tea bag, so he gets more nutrients in
www.farmingsecrets.com Bruce Davison explains why he uses compost tea on his property . A great way to reduce cost. This compost heap is approximately 4
This is Part 3 of 3 of Biodynamic Composting Preparation with Hamish Mackay Hamish recalls an experiment that a year 11 girl did with static
This is Part 2 of 3 of Biodynamic Composting Preparation with Hamish Mackay Hamish introduces his class to biodynamic (BD) preparations. He explains that there
This is Part 1 of 3 of Biodynamic Composting Preparation with Hamish Mackay After the class has very quickly helped build a static compost heap,
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.
Should Graham put out lots of compost or should he add more biology into his compost? Dr Elaine Ingham gives her advice.