• Curly commented on the post, Soil Health 7 years, 3 months ago

    I heartily endorse wicking boxes. They are also (somewhat) mobile. I use them to ensure summer vegies…and my 3-year-old capsicum is in one.

  • Curly posted an update 7 years, 3 months ago

    Tomatoes and capsicums are still going…partially covered the rampant tomatoes at the bottom (i.e. coldest part) of my garden. The exposed top parts have been zapped a bit but mostly they’re OK still – even after 2 x -5 degree frosts!
    Food waste so low that the poor worms are on a bit of a diet (luckily they’re still ploughing through the…[Read more]

  • Curly posted an update 7 years, 3 months ago

    Pumpkin vines got zapped by frost but tomatoes & capsicums still going (without much help).
    Cold weather has told me there are some new gaps that have opened up in my home…another caulking session coming up!

  • Curly commented on the post, Soil Health 7 years, 3 months ago

    Make use of the autumn bounty. Pile up those autumn leaves (preferably mixed with manure) & water in (or let rain do it for you). Or you can use lucerne or pea-straw bales – if you can’t drop a trailer/ute load […]

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