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The Growth Of The Microfarm
Just over 18 years ago, southwest of Hobart in the foothills of Mount Wellington, James Hutchinson set up Longley Organic Farm. It was an idea whose time had certainly come. James could see shortfalls in the longevity and business feasibility of comm
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The Gentle Herb
Unless you’re a herb enthusiast, chervil is one you might never have come across, let alone used. I’d describe it as parsley’s more delicate, lesser-known cousin. The flavour is like a gentle cross between aniseedy tarragon and parsley but, unlike th
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Overnight Loaded Pumpkin Shakshuka
SERVES 6 The addition of pumpkin is a win here, sort of like it has always belonged. And if ever there was a versatile brunch dish, this is it. If you need to bulk it out, try stirring through some Israeli couscous and some roughly torn cavolo nero.
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Going Nuts
When I was a child I was always intrigued by the nursery rhyme Little Nut Tree that featured the lines, “I had a little nut tree and nothing would it bear / But a silver nutmeg and a golden pear.” Even back then it didn’t make sense and a quick Googl
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Let’s Work Together
The underlying foundation of sustainable gardening is the natural harmony that exists between species in the wild. Many plants have evolved to grow better alongside certain others and we emulate this phenomenon in the practice of companion planting.
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Good Organic Gardening
grow naturally, eat fresh, live sustainably Editor Kerry Boyne Designer Michaela Primiano Contributors Claire Bickle, Angelo Eliades, Jana Holmer, Jo Immig, Steve McGrane, Megg Miller, Jennifer Stackhouse, Angus Stewart, Chris Stafford, Chloe Thomson
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Moon Planting
Late autumn means it’s still a good time in most regions to get all those lovely health-giving brassicas and root vegetables into the garden Winter has officially arrived and, while it’s a quieter time for planting in cooler regions, there’s lots to
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Fresh And Local
Apple, avocado, banana, cumquat, custard apple, dates, feijoa, grapes, kiwifruit, lemon, lime, mandarin, nashi, nuts (chestnuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, walnuts), orange (navel), pear, persimmon, pomegranate, quince, rhubarb Asian greens, beetroot, brocc
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Cover To Cover
By Lucy Legan, Planet Schooling Press, $45 Lucy Legan has spent 20 years working with children and young adults at Epocentro IPEC, a permaculture learning facility in Brazil. Conceived during lockdown and crowdfunded online, Planet Schooling is an En
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A DIY To Grow On You
Nature and art are synonymous with creativity and health benefits. So what better than a piece of living art that will grow on you (or for you)! It takes few tools, little effort and not many dollars to produce an aesthetically and emotionally pleasi
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Shades Of Winter
Australian flora is unusual among ornamentals in that it’s almost exclusively evergreen, meaning of course that our plants do not go dormant in winter — indeed, there are a number that flower profusely through the coldest season. Not only does this p
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What’s hot RIGHT NOW
A horticulturist, writer and passionate organic gardener, Chloe is co-owner and presenter of the web-based series The Gardenettes and has been a regular presenter on The Garden Gurus. The mother of two little boys, she has a great following of Austra
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Things To Do In June
• Dig up and divide perennial vegies if you haven’t already done so and plant some new ones. Try something different such as Jerusalem artichoke — great for creamy winter soups.• Continue planting brassicas and peas of all kinds to ensure constant cr
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A Good Connection
As I sit down to interview Rob Pekin, I cast my mind back to when I first met him, more than 10 years ago. I had invited him to speak to my students on the topic of sustainable business ideas. He was on a mission to change the world one food box at a
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Ultra Violet
Breathtaking photographs of row upon row of purple flowers have helped lavender capture the public imagination. These are commercial crops of English lavender grown and harvested for oil as well as for their fragrant flowers and many such farms are n
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Collards are the oldest members of the brassica family. Often thought to have originated in the eastern Mediterranean, they’re more likely to have descended from Asian wild cabbages before recorded history. The greens made their way to Africa where t
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Chill With Dill
Originating in eastern Europe, the Mediterranean and southern Russia, dill has been enjoyed for thousands of years and is ubiquitous in the cuisines of those regions as well as Scandinavia. Its flavour is like a cross between fennel and caraway. Alth
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Hort With Heart
Western Australian radio listeners with the slightest interest in gardening will know who Sabrina Hahn is. A horticultural journalist and consultant, urban forest planner, landscape designer, tour guide and podcaster, she’s been a presenter on ABC Ra
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Show Birds
It’s easy to fall for peafowl. They’re often colourful and exotic additions to the grounds of historic houses or public gardens, the hens sitting around indolently while the males shimmer and shake to all and sundry. How gorgeous! Stop! Put the walle
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Peach Perfect
“Millions of peaches, peaches for me …” If you’d like to be singing this while picking armfuls of peaches from your own tree in summer, now is a great time to plant one — or two! During winter, when the trees are dormant, peaches are available barero
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SERVES 6 • 2 tbsp olive oil• 30g butter• ½ onion, finely chopped• 225g mixed mushrooms• 2 tbsp marjoram or lemon thyme leaves• 200g (4 cups) cubed, day-old sourdough (crusts on)• 150g (2 cups) chopped cavolo nero• 6 eggs• 250mL (1 cup) full-cream (wh
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THE Grapevine
Jo is an environmental scientist, photographer and writer. She has worked in the environment movement for decades and is co-ordinator of the National Toxics Network, an organisation dedicated to creating a toxic-free future. She has written many arti
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The Taste Of Tradition
When David Zhao and Susan Liu sold their milk bar in Highton, Victoria, and moved with daughters Amy and Angel to a house nearby where David could pursue his love of gardening, in a real sense it was a return to his childhood roots. David’s mother Pe
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This Issue
Everything old is new again. The future of farming just might be the way it was done in the past: on small holdings with a variety of crops aimed at feeding a local community. These days, the buzzword is microfarming. For a century or more, farming h
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Things To Do In May
• Plant a good range of brassicas including Asian greens. Broccoli, cabbage and kale are particularly easy growers, but cauliflower and Brussels sprouts are well worth the effort.• Put in plenty of peas, including sugar snap and snowpeas, as well as
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• 1½ tbsp olive oil• 1 onion, finely chopped• 1 leek, washed, white part only, finely sliced• 1 celery stalk, finely chopped• 200g mild sobrasada (cured pork sausage), finely chopped• 1kg boneless pork shoulder, cut into pieces• 200mL white wine• 2 ×
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Garden To Table
84 Overnight Loaded Pumpkin Shakshuka 85 Kale & Mushroom Strata 86 Twelve-Hour Pork & Sobrasada with Tomato, White Wine & Pecorino 87 Yuzu Lemon Pudding with Lemon Crumble This is an edited extract from Slow Victories by Katrina Meynink published by
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Pick Of The Crop
Warming and soothing Chai is a centuries-old beverage and an important part of everyday Indian life. Black tea and pepper boost the immune and digestive systems, while Ceylon cinnamon and cloves help retain good mental health and boost immunity. Chai
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