Growing healthy food is a great idea...
...but what about the work involved - making compost, weeding, mulching, digging... it's back-breaking work, and the rewards are not guaranteed.
It's frustrating when leafy greens get chewed, our fruit is riddled with holes, tomatoes wilt, and we have to apply fertilisers and pest controls to have any chance of feeding our family.
It can seem less trouble, and even cheaper to swing by the supermarket and have food in the fridge ready for when we come home tired and hungry.
There is, however, a remarkably straightforward solution...
...bringing back Nature's free ecological services to our gardens again. These are the ecological functions - nutrient cycles, water cycles, solar energy capture, and beneficial connections to use them efficiently.
With this Handbook, you apply the ecological principles underpinning the successful regenerative gardening practices, and benefit from:
- Savings at the garden supply store - using instead the resources you have naturally available
- Harvesting more food for the effort you put in
- Veggie beds and orchards better able to bounce back from the impacts of extreme weather events
Are you ready to try this easier way to grow?
Applying the 'eco-logic', together with the practical examples in the Handbook, you'll have the know-how to develop solutions that work well for your unique growing conditions and the food you grow.
Why this Ecological Approach makes Sense
Leave your spade in the shed. Give the job of making good soil structure to the experts – your soil organisms.
Save money on organic pest controls with a team of technologically advanced, highly motivated insect and bird pest controllers.
Give the microbes and other organisms in your soil ecosystem the job of managing your fertiliser regime.
Improve your harvests growing extra extra solar panels.
With the 'Eco-logical Gardening Handbook', you get much more than a repackaged list of organic, no-dig, and other sustainable, chemical-free gardening practices.
You benefit from over 12 years of research clarifying and validating the ecological principles underpinning successful regenerative techniques and translating this 'eco-logic' into an easily digestible grower-friendly format.
With the know-how to repair your ecological functions, you can use the 'Inventory of Tools', together with the links to videos showing other growers' experiences, to help you get the ecosystems in your garden 'up and running' again and firing on all cylinders!