Tag: vegetables

Organic Farming – Cost of Weed Control for Vegetable crops

[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-free-range-pigs-how-to” text=”Next – free range pigs”] Organic weed control for vegetable crops can cost 5-10 times that of conventional chemical farming. Nick Chambers discusses the realities of broad acre organic vegetable production.

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Organic Farming – Companion planting to control insects

[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-cost-of-weed-control-for-vegetable-crops” text=”Next – cost of weed control”] How to control insects pests with companion planting. Nick Chambers discusses how he avoids insect pests on his organic vegetables by using the companion planting method.

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Organic Farming – Why go Organic?

[p2p type=”slug” value=”organic-farming-weed-and-insect-control-in-vegetables” text=”Next – weed and insect control in vegetable gardens”] Many farmers choose to farm organically both for the commercial benefits, and because of the damage they see as a result of chemical farming methods. Nick Chambers of Fernleigh Farms near Daylesford farms organic Beef, pigs and vegetables. In this video he explains […]

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Organic Farming – Fertilizers for Organic Vegetables

[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.

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Organic Farming – Organic Vegetables, How to

[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.

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Organic farming – Economic benefits of growing organic vegetables

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.

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