Full moon October

Protecting young plants From my last few posts, and probably your own experience too, you gather the importance of good care for your young "babies" freshly planted out in the garden. Wellington weather in this season varies wildly, and a night of southerlies can check the growth for several days or even weeks. This coming... Continue Reading →

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Activism and food production

Yes, quite tightly linked actually, those two things. The more I get involved with growing food, the more I understand its inherent importance for our ability to stand up for our rights and freedoms, and being able to support others to do so. All movements of resistance need food. Through history, their capacity to procure... Continue Reading →

Undressing for the blackbirds

Today, I dared undress my beds  –  by which I mean I took off the netting. Soon I'll see if the blackbirds are still as keen to dig the whole place up. The peas had already attached themselves with their little tendrils, which are surprisingly strong and have kept them upright through the last few... Continue Reading →

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