Migration strategy as an indicator of resilience to change in two shorebird species with contrasting population trajectories – Lisovski – – Journal of Animal Ecology – Wiley Online Library

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How to Improve Drainage in Plant Pots, The Proper Way to Do It!

Originally posted on Deep Green Permaculture:
When growing plants in pots, it’s sometimes necessary to increase drainage because some plants are sensitive to excessive moisture around their root zone, and stagnant water at the bottom of the pot can lead to root rot. The old garden myth of putting a layer of rocks in the bottom of a pot to increase drainage has been thoroughly… Continue reading How to Improve Drainage in Plant Pots, The Proper Way to Do It!

Plant Biology Basics – Guest Post by Daniel Fuller

Originally posted on Deep Green Permaculture:
Most gardeners get by knowing how much water and fertiliser to put on their tomatoes, and when. But someone that has basic plant biology knowledge just understands plants in a way that’s hard to describe to people that don’t have basic plant biology knowledge. It’s kind of like how some people really know cars. They have a totally different… Continue reading Plant Biology Basics – Guest Post by Daniel Fuller

The Difference Between Seedling, Grafted and Cutting Grown Fruit Trees

Originally posted on Deep Green Permaculture:
Fruit trees naturally reproduce themselves from seeds, but most fruit trees that you buy are not produced that way for very good reasons. There are many ways to propagate fruit trees, and each method has its advantages and disadvantages. Whether you propagate fruit trees yourself or buy them from a garden nursery, all fruit are produced by the following… Continue reading The Difference Between Seedling, Grafted and Cutting Grown Fruit Trees

Article 57 – ‘The wait is over’

Originally posted on Taiga Bonzai:
This article is an update on a twin trunk Sorbus aucuparia rescued from an area of wasteland being prepared for development in early spring of 2015. The folklore and scientific information on the species can be found on this site ‘Sorbus aucuparia (Rowan or Mountain ash) October 11, 2017′ but for those whom require a brief update please continue reading.… Continue reading Article 57 – ‘The wait is over’