My strawberry plants produced a good amount of berries this year, although most of them were eaten by slugs before we could get our hands on them. Mulching is good since the layer keeps the weeds down, but if you have slugs in your garden they will hide underneath the mulch and come up at
Last year I saved seeds from spinach and the seeds turned into healthy plants. This success inspired me to look at other plants that I could do the same with, so after a nice harvest of arugula leaves for salads I let the plants bolt. What a mess: Pods with seeds have been formed that
Unfortunately all of my potato plants have been hit with blight. After reading a bit about potatoes and blight I found out that Asparagus potatoes is a type that is almost certain to catch the blight each year: I grew this type of potato in previous seasons and didn’t have any problems but I think
Here is my review of Jonathan White’s product called Food4Wealth. Jonathan has over 20 years of experience as an environmental scientist and horticulturalist. He claims that if you follow his program in the form of an eBook and related videos you can save up to $5,000 per year, and that may indeed turn out to
The new potatoes are just about gone for the year and that leaves the soil bare. This is bad because rain will wash nutrients down into the ground, therefore it’s good to have something growing all the time. In the picture you’ll find six new rows of spinach ready to take over from the potatoes.
This is a log describing the food I bring in from the garden in 2008. I’m using the following beds: Raised bed, 3 m x 1.2 m Raised bed, 5 m x 1.2 m Bed, 6 m x 1.2 m Bed, 6 m x 1.2 m Bed, 6 m x 1.2 m ———————- Parsnip: 2008-12-24: