I would strongly recommend not using peat. I have used coir for years, and never had a problem with it. I would also recommend using organic seeds, they don't cost that much more and haven't been dipped in fertiliser.
How To Grow Baby Lettuce
|4/21/12 2:58 AM|
Good to see Fair Trade here. Needs to be put out there more often.
Reverse Trick-or-Treating: Spreading the Word About Child Slave Labor & Chocolate
|10/31/11 10:09 AM|
The chicken tractor is often used as an example of permaculture design in action. Wonder if the author found out about it from permaculture stuff....
Working Girls: Use Chickens to Till Your Garden
|10/12/11 11:30 AM|
I make a nasturtium pesto using the leaves and fresh seed pods. You can used nuts, parmesan depending on preference/allergies etc. Works nicely, and also used on a sandwich.
Beyond Basil: Fresh Ideas for Pesto
|9/20/11 5:13 PM|
I am even more gutted that you can't buy it unless you're in the US or Canada. What about us Makers in Europe? Big brokenness
ReadyMade 100 Project Manual
|6/20/11 10:58 AM|
My flatmate was also a real migraine sufferer and cut out lots including citrus, which was major for her, but also dried beans, red wine, dried fruit, raspberries and much more... it did work for her, so take heart. She didn't have a problem with vinegar so I am surprised to hear that. We used it quite a lot to replace citrus.
Alternatives to Lemon and Vinegar in a Vegan Diet?
|1/13/11 10:58 AM|