• Food composting

  • Anders Dreyer

    August 20, 2021 at 22:21

    The Closed-Loop Community Compost Program!

    This is the Closed-Loop Community Compost Program! We divert food waste from our neighbors, keeping it out of the landfill and making compost to grow food with instead. We do it by bicycle which means burning no fossil fuels. Plus we harvest rainwater and grow our own sponges to wash the buckets!

  • Anders Dreyer

    February 1, 2022 at 17:01

    How to make your own fertiliser


    In this video, I demonstrate how I make the plant food, or free organic home made fertiliser which I use on my garden here up on the hill to encourage the Soil Food Web to do the job of feeding my plants…my happy healthy vegetables, full of nutrition.

    Important: check part 2 for important details (below this video, next post).

  • Anders Dreyer

    February 1, 2022 at 17:07

    How I make soil bacteria for my veggie garden – part two


    G´day gardeners and ground lovers. Since I published my first video about how I made soil bacteria for my veggie garden, I have learnt a lot more about these amazing little bacteria.

  • Anders Dreyer

    February 1, 2022 at 17:29

    A simple fertiliser factory for your back yard


    Vermiculture, or worm farming is easy when you know how. Making a worm farm in a bathtub is like having a fertiliser factory in your back yard. This is how you can you build a worm farm in a bathtub so it doesn´t get too hot?

  • Anders Dreyer

    August 28, 2022 at 12:24

    How the Pros Make Compost Tea for Gardens and Farms


    An excellent microbial fertilizer, in today’s video Troy Hinke of Living Roots Compost Tea takes us through his process of making compost tea commercially.

    In this video we discuss: What you need to make compost tea, how to make compost tea properly, how to make a good compost tea, what to feed your compost tea, why we don’t use molasses, and more.

  • Anders Dreyer

    August 28, 2022 at 12:26

    How much, how little compost do you need to grow great vegetables?

    This video is relevant to all gardeners, whether or not you dig/till the soil. There is no right / wrong amount of compost.

    My explanations are from 40 years of an organic approach, using no synthetic or artificially manufactured fertilisers or feeds. All fertility is from compost, with best results from leaving it on the surface, as in no dig.

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