|My blogs have become rather cumbersome over the years, so for convenience I have restored an old unused blog to manage my data. This blog "Sustainable Organic Gardening" will be used as a portal to simplify the presentation of my story. Through this portal, you will still be able to access all my blogs and blogpages. I will deliver a monthly post to this new blog portal, and will continue to post regularly to Facebook, but I will not maintain any of my other blog posts. I will however keep all my blogpages up to date to the best of my ability.|
Thursday, 23 March 2017
Sunday, 11 May 2014
My aim is to grow plants in my garden as nature intended. Grown in a manner embracing processes refined by millions of years of evolution.
This natural approach results in strong and healthy plants living in balance with their local ecosystem of which the living soil is a vital component.
The pages of this website examine relationships between plants, animals, insects and microbes and their place in the soil foodweb. Many of these complex relationships have only recently been observed as a result of technical advances in microscopy.
Without these vital relationships, organic gardening and farming would not be possible. Indeed natural ecosystems could not function without them. They are fundamentally important and include:-