Growing Heirloom Tomatoes

I know that I go on about heirloom tomatoes, but they are just so delicious.

The real tomato flavour.  The sweet flesh.  The different tastes per cultivar.  I could go on and on.

Anyway, I took the opportunity today to record the next gardening video, which focuses on growing heirloom tomatoes, and what I have ripening in my own tomato patch.

Even though the weather has been very mild so far this summer, thankfully all the tomatoes are still growing and producing new fruit.  Mind you, I am never one to complain about a mild summer.

So without further ado, here is the video titled “Growing Heirloom Tomatoes”.

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Chicken Hygiene – Suburban Food Farm Video

This weeks video is about chicken hygiene and some basic tips to keep your feathered girls healthy.  Chooks are very easy to keep clean and just need a bit of attention daily in the form of fresh water and feed, a clean coop once a fortnight along with a quick inspection.  It only take about 30 minutes a week to look after them.

Don’t forget to give them lots of fresh kitchen scraps and leftover fruit, along with greens from the garden.  That way they will get all the nutrients they need to live a long and fruitful life providing your family with lots of yummy eggs, as well as great fertilizer for the garden!


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Volunteer Food – Suburban Food Farm Video

Clever gardening has its benefits, especially when you let vegetables go to seed.  They reward you with abundance and free volunteer food.  Check out this weeks Sustainable Food Farm video installment with volunteer potatoes, sunflowers, and kale. There is also an update for the Painted Mountain corn.

I am enjoying producing these videos for you.  So simple to put together and they are kind of like a weekly video podcast, albeit a very short one.

Any feedback from you would be most welcome, and all suggestions for future videos will be kept in a list and I will try to work them into the weekly shoot.  Fire away!

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