Growing healthy food doesn’t have to be hard work.

We’ll show you an easier and cheaper way

to grow food, by bringing Nature’s free

ecological services back to your garden and farm.


Do you sometimes wonder why you bother growing food?


All the expensive fertilisers, pest controls and other inputs we seem to need... And disappointments when our hard work gets destroyed by bugs, bothersome animals and bad weather.


It’s no easier if you’re a commercial grower. Struggling with reduced profit margins as inputs costs escalate.

Wouldn’t it be great to produce more food for the effort we put in? To spend less at the agriculture and gardening supply store, and have time to sit back and enjoy a relaxing lunch with family and friends.

Indulging ourselves with fresh, yummy home grown produce…

Organic techniques are great for growing chemical-free food. But our costs are still high, and every year we're busy controlling pests, spreading compost, bio fertilisers and mulch. Substituting for the FREE ecological services Nature can provide.


Growing gets easier when we repair the ecological functions in our gardens and farms:

- Nutrient recycling

- Solar energy capture

- Drought and water-proofing

- Functional biodiversity and beneficial connections to use these resources efficiently


We naturally feed our plants with a functioning nutrient recycling system. Boost production by growing more photosynthetic panels. Drought and water-proof our garden and farm. As well as create the connections to efficiently use the solar energy and natural resources we have available.

Leave your tractor and spades in the shed. Give the job of making good soil structure to the experts – your soil organisms.

Save money on commercial pest controls with a team of technologically advanced, highly motivated insect and bird pest controllers.

Give soil organisms the job of managing your fertilizer regime.

Grow more with extra solar panels.

Have the joy of bringing Nature back to your garden and farm.

Are you ready to try this easier way to grow?