Some Flourish One Survived Others Die

Sadly, the squash plants on the right had mostly died off except one that is still surviving. The leaves were never really showing the potential, but I thought by transplanting into the aquaponic boxes they might grow better. Instead they died. I pulled the dead plants up and observed that the roots had not grown and the... Continue Reading →

“Move Earth” Says the Chinese Almanac

The Chinese Almanac, which our agricultural ancestors had use throughout the last two thousand years to give advice about planting, has indicated the last two days would be auspicious days for “moving earth” and “start trading”. It’s so happened that these are the wettest days of the month, up to 95% humidity, and you can... Continue Reading →

Zucchini Flower Opens Today

The seed for this plant was sewn on 3 December last year in a propagator. Each pod was filled by perlit in the base about 1 cm high and then filled up with scientific compose I bought from the Flower Market. The seedling popped up about 1 week later and by early January it was... Continue Reading →

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