Your soil is your greatest asset. It is the essence of your productive potential and profitability. Soil health is also key to stress-free farming. I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to a FREE half-day soil seminar, taking place at the Woolgoolga Diggers Club on Thursday 25th July, 2019.
What can properly made compost do for you? Many growers have tested it and are purchasing humus ( “black gold”) at considerable expense. They’ve seen that a small amount of QUALITY compost acts as a completely safe fertilizer, herbicide and pesticide all rolled into one, and as little as 30 grams can boost productivity over an acre when made into an actively aerated compost tea .
Increase farm productivity by stacking complimentary enterprises & improving your soil health. In marketing, offering vegetable customers something like dairy or meat increases customer spending. Joel Salatin will explore all these nuances, including how to add labour without guaranteeing a pay check.
Di and Ian Haggerty of Prospect Pastoral farm approx. 30,000ha in the wheatbelt WA using their own regenerative farming practices they call Natural Intelligence Farming.
What can properly made compost do for you? Many growers have trialled it and are purchasing humus ( “black gold”) at considerable expense. This day will teach you the rules of compost and compost tea making by practical activities , and if you miss anything….its all in your 75 page manual.
Listen as interviewer Tammi Jonas questions Charlie about the importance of a healthy and functioning soil and how it relates directly…
Horse owners are constantly inundated with the solid bodily waste of their equine friends. Many see this as a nuisance and cost, but with some sound knowledge it can instead be turned around to become a wholesome resource to keep on the property.
Please join us for a free community workshop explaining the links between Healthy Soil – Nutritional Food – Healthy People, along with presentations focusing on the importance of producing and eating high quality food, which is sustainably produced with a minimum impact on the environment.
So grow what you love, and do it in the way you love. There’s many techniques, there’s so many techniques of growing things. I don’t know, a lot of people get caught up on I want to go biodynamics, I want to go permaculture…