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What Is Permaculture?

What Is Permaculture?

“Permaculture is a design system that gives us a more balanced life aligned with Nature, we know that we have a well designed system when we have more co-operation, less stress and more fun, when we are eating good food grown in our own community, when we […]

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Silent Spring

Silent Spring

‘This is just how long we have known the toxic effects for chemical agriculture, basically from the very beginning we have suffered both massive environmental damage, disease and pest resistance, and human health issues. I believe this is important reading and the links are worth pursuing’ Paul […]

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Protecting Your Rights To Grow Your Own Food – Food Sovereignty

Protecting Your Rights To Grow Your Own Food – Food Sovereignty

We have the right to food sovereignty which is the knowledge and resources to grow our own food and  even grow our own food for free. To see the full article follow this link to Permaculture Research Institute Australia – http://permaculturenews.org/2015/09/28/food-sovereignty-2/

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Creating topsoil, by Dr Christine Jones

Creating topsoil, by Dr Christine Jones

Several centimeters of topsoil per year can form under favorable conditions, which good management can create. “The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself” (Roosevelt 1937) The future for Australia depends on the future of our soil. The most meaningful indicator for the health of the land, […]

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Compost Tea benefits and understanding by Dr Elaine Ingham

Compost Tea benefits and understanding by Dr Elaine Ingham

Compost Tea benefits and understanding by Dr Elaine Ingham Understanding beneficial soil inoculum as ‘compost tea’ and it’s role in establishing a healthy ‘foodweb’ Why Use Compost Tea? Sustainable plant health and plant production depends on specialized relationships with beneficial soil microbes. With this in mind, compost […]

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Soil Foodweb: Its Importance in Ecosystem Health

Soil Foodweb: Its Importance in Ecosystem Health

The Soil Foodweb: Significance The structure and function of the soil foodweb has been suggested as a prime indicator of ecosystem health (Coleman, et al. 1992; Klopatek, et al. 1993). Measurement of disrupted soil processes, decreased bacterial or fungal activity, decreased fungal or bacterial biomass, changes in […]

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Introduction to Biological Farming

Introduction to Biological Farming

Biological Farming based on ancient wisdom, our personal education and farming experience, Permaculture principles and the teachings of Dr Elaine Ingham. We begin with understanding the issues at hand: Nutrient supply, water supply, bio-diversity, weed control, pest control, the need to improved quality of production, the need […]

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Soil Biology with Paul Taylor

Soil Biology with Paul Taylor

One of the major global concerns we face today is the heavily depleted state and continued degeneration of our soil. Without healthy soil, we cannot produce healthy food and however obvious it might seem, the food that we eat directly affects the nature of our being. It’s […]

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Soil Immunization, Pathogens & Plant Health

I’m sure you’ve heard it repeatedly – the advice to burn, bag up and dispose of (bury?) diseased plant parts. Keep reading for a different perspective on disease and what to do with those plant parts… Pathogenic organisms (the ‘bad guys’) are everywhere – in the soil, […]

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Soil Biology with Paul Taylor

Soil Biology with Paul Taylor

One of the major global concerns we face today is the heavily depleted state and continued degeneration of our soil.

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