Companion planting is a great way to make your food garden more productive, easier to manage and less reliant on chemicals.
Permaculture is a design system that aims to create sustainable and self-sufficient living systems. Find out more in this article.
Nitrogen fixing plants naturally add nitrogen to the soil without the use of chemical fertilisers. Find out here how nitrogen fixers work.
Permaculture is a sustainable and easy to manage way of growing food. It can be applied anywhere from tiny gardens to large food forests.
Green manure is a great natural way of building soil fertility, maintaining soil structure and suppressing the growth of weeds.
A seed bank is a collection of seeds stored for future use. Find out why you need a seed bank and how you can make one in this article.
Heirloom or heritage fruit and vegetables are older varieties that have existed for some time, and usually have been passed down from generation to generation of growers.