A touch of Frost

A touch of Frost

Hi everyone, I always like when we get the first frost as it means the cabbage whte caterpilars and other chewing insects pack up for the winter, some aphids are tougher and they go and hibernate in the kale but all in all the insects leave the plants to grow slowly...
Turning the ship around

Turning the ship around

Continuing the water analogy but changeing the metaphor we continue to show the turnaround in the farm’s fortunes over the past few weeks. And it has only been a few weeks,  as I looked at the rain records and realised that it only stopped raining in the first...
Coming up for air

Coming up for air

HI everyone, sorry to have been a non-blogger for the past month or so but there has not been much to report as we rebuilt the farm after the devastating heat of summer and the torrential rain for all of March. But we are back on track with all the greens looking good...
Finally some sunshine

Finally some sunshine

HI all, nothing new to report on produce. All the leafy greens very slow as we had more rain (surprise) and even without rain it was overcast. Today (Thursday 6th) saw a dry day at last but like RocKhampton (floooding depsite no rain) all the runoff from our 25 acres...

Can it please stop raining

Hi everyone, not much to report except that we have been belted by more rain as the tail of cyclone Debbie reeks havoc. Nothing washed away as I have put in place erosion mitigation measures which i leared to do after the 2007 storms (remember the Pasha Bulka washed...