Wouldn’t it be great to grow food that virtually looks after itself? To grow plants that thrive in your growing conditions and produce food for you rather than the insects - then you need a GrowMap!

Getting to know your growing conditions and choosing plants which do well in these conditions you'll produce more food in good times, get fewer setbacks when the weather plays up, and grow  'sustainably', less reliant on fertilisers, pest controls, and other inputs.

Other resources are available. The trouble is - most take too long to do, are unnecessarily complicated, and need expensive surveying equipment.

With a GrowMap specialist skills aren’t required. Or long days collecting information. Getting to know your growing conditions has never been so easy! GrowMaps are fun to do with children and great learning experiences for your whole team!

You'll find the GrowMap an invaluable tool to:

  • Grow strong and self-sufficient plants
  • Produce more food
  • Discover new opportunities - for example, areas sheltered from the wind, spots with shade and places where there is better drainage
  • Obtain the information needed to design ways to improve your growing conditions
  • Get better prepared for the next drought, heatwave or flooding rains...

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Set aside one morning to do your GrowMap. Get your family and friends to help, and you’ll

  • Have fun discovering hidden treasures

  • Save money growing plants that meet their own nutritional needs and win battles against pests and diseases



  • Get the information you need to retrofit or design your farm or garden for easy maintenance

What people say about the GrowMap

I never understood what people meant about assessing their sites. But having used the GrowMap, it's now so logical to do one. The mapping didn't take long and helped me to see a whole lot more. I'll be using my energy to full potential instead of guessing.

Teresa Lieser
Lakeland, Far North Queensland, Australia

While the GrowMap is such a simple assessment process, I have got so much useful information. Helping me weigh up the options and get better outcomes.

David Ainscough
Cooktown, Tropical North Queensland

“Wendy I have a confession to make! I  didn’t do a GrowMap as you recommended. Instead, I rushed out and planted all my fruit trees. Some have done OK, but others are struggling. I planted the Jaboticaba, for example, at the top of the hill. Silly thing is – the mapping didn’t take long to do using the GrowMap technique!

Now I’ve got a better idea of my growing conditions, I'm replacing some of the trees and planting them where they’ll do better. The Jaboticaba is much more comfortable in the wetter area!”

Eric van Beurden
Lismore, New South Wales, Australia