Water is said to be the elixir of life and the fountain of youth. Water is Life as they say. Don’t you know that three-fourths or about 71 percent of the Earth’s surface is covered by water? Just like our bodies, most of the composition in our body is made out of water, and it is the same as that on Earth. So imagine how we can appreciate God’s creation to mankind.
It is becoming harder to get fresh produce grown with out chemicals.
Solution grow your own in box or foam box.
Simple Watering system that doesn't cost any money
Using chemical fertilizer is expensive and environmentally harmful.Alternative however takes more time to do and is environmentally friendly. So lets start now for next season.
Can disaster be new opportunity?
As you can see on picture this is what is left out of my garden.
Food was devastating. Nothing was speared. This gives my new strength to start again.
Where to begin?
There is good news in all this(if you can call it good). Flood waters bring with them fertile silk that is full of nutritions. Flushed away old soil and may be harmful bacterias.
Other things happened as well that make me give up all things. Number of tools has been stolen,drums with fertilizer and other equipment that is vital for success of fertilizer production.
Just six mounts ago this black soil you see in little pots was a rubbish destined to the rubbish field. Contents of this rubbish was food scraps, cupboard boxes, grass clippings, old clodding, wood shavings and love for the environment. Not political or financial love but passioned love for soil. Love can be one way traffic but in my case my soil give back 10 times return on investment.
I love what I do and my soil loves me back. Protecting me from daily problems by keeping me calm.
* Mixture of both
Our population is growing and growing fast. So the chemical companies are rubbing they hands. More fertilizer more chemicals more profit. Is this the way to future? Our soils are half death and dying.
Recently I picked up hand full of soil from paddock. Land belongs to very influential farmer. To be honest to you I didn't expect to find any life in the soil. It did not have this lovely smell to it. Plants need life to live ( microbes). His line was " I can't afforded to to something about it " and " my agronomist advise me ".