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Get your beloved seeds from their packets all the way to a super, plentiful harvest.
Our urban backyards are our green havens, but the risk of contaminated soils may change the way we need to garden and live.
A plant is only as good as the soil you grow it in, and the nutrients of its fruit and veg the same. Read on to soak up some soil-building know-how.
Lee Holmes from Supercharged Food has yet another great cookbook – this time, it's a comprehensive knowledge base for how to increase the amount of vegetables in your life.
22 November, 2014
Join to learn how to make the most of small spaces for gardening. Cover what potting mix to use, what pots to choose, and what plants will thrive. For more details, and to book in, contact Yolande Presland, Sustainability Education Officer on (02) 9936 8314, sustainabilityeductaion.northsydney.nsw.gov.au
Where: Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, Waverton, NSW.
When: 2pm – 4pm, Saturday 22 November, 2014.
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TV presenter turned biodynamic farmer Patrice Newell shares her love of garlic with us.
Right now is the peak time of year for harvesting kale. Grant Howe, Head Chef from Dragonfly Café at Eden Gardens, shows us how to use tasty, fresh kale in five delicious recipes.
Nutritionist Janella Purcell tells how a good, green breakfast smoothie can improve your day.
We answer your questions on the best varieties of lovely, thick-skinned potatoes to buy or grow at home.
Tips on how to buy sustainably from third generation farmer, Kim Martin.