[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-free-range-eggs-how-to” text=”Next – free range eggs”] Vegetable farmer David Tatham, discusses what he uses to fertilize his organic vegetables.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-fertilizers-for-organic-vegetables” text=”Next – fertilizers for organic vegetables”] Rye corn and manual weeding are two methods David Tatham uses to reduce weeds in his vegetable crops.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-controlling-weeds-in-organic-vegetables” text=”Next – controlling weeds in organic vegetables”] Vegetable farmer David Tatham talks about why organic vegetables receive a price premium.
Are there economic benefits for vegetable farmers wanting to go organic? David Tattham of Dunnstown Victoria, has doubled his turnover on his 35 acre block, by going organic.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-economic-benefits-of-growing-organic-vegetables” text=”Next – Economic benefits of organic farming”] Farmer Bill Twigg believes farmers need only look to nature to maintain healthy sustainable farms.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-why-natural-systems-work-best” text=”Next – Why natural systems work best”] How to view your farm within the whole native system and provide both large trees and understory. Farmer Bill Twigg, discusses why it is important to plant understory trees such as wattles.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-what-trees-to-plant-on-your-farm” text=”Next – what trees to plant on your farm”] Perennial pastures can help reduce land degradation problems. Sheep, cattle and goat farmer Bill Twigg, discusses how perennial pastures can reduce problems like dry land salinity.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-the-benefits-of-perennial-pastures” text=”Next – benefits of perennial pastures”] Sheep, cattle and goat Farmer Bill Twigg, discusses how to bring back perennial native pastures by seasonal rotational grazing.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-bringing-back-perennial-native-pastures” text=”Next – perennial pastures”] Organic Cattle Farmer, Gerry Browning sees cow manure as a free source of fertilizer.