Latest updates from the other HOFC farmers.
Do you think about soil much, or is it just something you walk around on, or maybe try to grow something in? If you’re already a keen gardener and have had fruit trees or a vegie patch for a while, you’re probably already aware of how important soil is, and (like Hugh caught smelling rainforest […]
Last week’s blog post about “Know the parts of your fruit tree” led to a flurry of questions about the difference between leaf buds and fruit buds, so that’s today’s blog topic. It’s definitely a very useful thing to know before you start making any pruning cuts, because you definitely don’t want to accidentally remove […]
The Weekly Farmers Market has been going from strength to strength lately with more and more stall holders coming every week. A solid and reliable constant through our the chaos of the pandemic, it really is becoming a staple part of the communities food habits. Not only that, the subtle and more obvious community building that happens through this market is really what its all about.
Well it’s no secret that Oli and I are both quite sentimental people, particularly when it comes to our vehicles. A few weeks ago we took a trip up to my family farm to pick up a tractor, but it’s a little more than just that. Growing up just outside Chiltern in North East Vic, … Continue reading Sentimental beings
One of the volunteers for Gung Hoe Growers shares his sentiments from Sorry Day. https://mafg.com.au/blog/blog/how-to-feel-proud-to-be-australian/