Connect with other Logan (QLD) and nearby residents who love to grow food in their backyards.
Which would you rather eat, a caterpillar on your lettuce or pesticides? I would assume that your answer would probably based on dose (how much pesticide or how big is the caterpillar). The thought…Continue
G'day all, could we have a Garden Event on Bio-CHAR Ovens.........I am mad keen on it, I have seen the results in gardens & I just know it is the key to a successful garden in this region, from a…Continue
I am keen to swap produce or other food produced at home with other members of Logan Food Gardeners. We often have a number of bunches of bananas coming off at one time and gluts of other fruit and…Continue
A request for the recipe of the dip that was presented at Robyn’s garden visit last week has made me think hard, because every dip is different depending on what’s in the garden or cupboard. Also I…Continue
Here's a real spanner in the works, GMO or not, because wheat is becoming widely known as big problem with regard to human health and well being. This controversial and alarming read needs to be taken seriously, particularly if you have long term chronic health issues.
Alert – there is a world-wide march against Monsanto happening this Saturday 25th May
In Brisbane: 2pm at Reddacliff Place (top of Queen St Mall opposite the casino)Continue
If you choose to use pesticides, herbicides or petro-chemical based fertilizers in your garden then great yields might be seen in the short term. However, in the long term as your soil carbon and bio-diversity rapidly declines, you will end up with diseases and all manner of deficiencies. No matter what trace element, herbicide or pesticide you throw at it the problems will only increase. Why? The main problem here is that soil carbon levels will steadily decline and carbon is the primary…Continue
Disconnected (2 online)
You are disconnected from chat. Connect to join the chat.
Sign up to chat on Logan Food Gardeners.
Posted by Lyn Buffett on May 21, 2013
Posted by Lyn Buffett on May 7, 2013
May 5, 2013 from 8am to 9:30am at Woodridge
Organized By: Elizabeth Woods and Lyn Buffet
Posted by Liz Woods on May 5, 2013
May 18, 2013 from 2pm to 4pm at Witheren (Canungra)
Organized By: Trinette