After installing the first hive in early spring 2018, numbers have expanded quickly after swarms have been caught – excellent! Lots of bees to pollinate all the fruit trees.
Plums are laden with fruit this year (2018), the second summer in their short lives. The bees introduced no doubt have made a big difference!
When ducks go foraging in the grass, they dig deep into mud & undergrowth with their beaks and sniff out the bugs.
Red Rascal are a main crop potato. This picture shows Red Rascal growing in “Potato towers”.
Making the most of available space during the winter months.
It doesn’t bolt in winter, and it’s too cold for the snails to come out.
Compost is made from cut grass, chipped prunings, and organic chicken manure.
Beans are a regular crop – high yields in a small space.
Heritage breed laying hens produce excellent eggs, but more importantly they break pest cycles when foraging.
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