This book describes a way of making compost, i.e. humus, which is simply, labour saving (no turning) and quick, both in ripening the compost and in getting results in the soil. It is adaptible to all conditions and to every size and type of garden, allotment or farm, the process being based on nature’s own methods.
We’re shopping for land in Hungary and while prices are relatively low, when compared to those in Scotland, it’s possible that our budget will only stretch to a 1-, or 2-acre plot.
Quinoa How to grow quinoa Quinoa, pronounced “keen-wa”, and its seeds are high in protein which makes it a nutritious grain to grow. The protein is considered a “complete” protein, a rarity in the plant world. It’s leaves are also edible. This makes quinoa a popular food among vegans and vegetarians. Read the article Amaranth… Read more »
Hops growing information resources I’m planning to grow hops, along with vines and many other plants and vegetables. I’d like to have a go at making my own beer and as hops grow wild in Hungary I thought why not formalise and control my own. Beer Legends Hops Varieties Hoppris Hops varieties Hops.Sell.Eu Hops… Read more »
Here’s a list of composting toilet system articles & resources. Composting toilets Composting toilets Composting toilet (Wikipedia) Download the Humanure Handbook