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The orchard started over lockdown but there is some old (ancient) oaks in the area (Ancient oaks would be 400 years+). The large oak over looking the orchard is more than likely older than Belfast (1888 city status) The oak over looking the site is probably around 1740. Does anyone grow fruit t
This year I am converting 6000sqft of pasture into vegetable beds. My process begins by covering the area with silage tarp to smother the grasses and perennial weeds. The tarp traps moisture, heat and decaying organic matter near the surface. This creates perfect conditions for worms to thrive.
I reseeded 7acre field last September. My conditions where not ideal at pH 5.8 and late in the season but went with it anyway. After a worrying wet, with multiple frosts winter it has taken off recently. New grass is up at welly height and the variety is all there. Downside it's not consistent! T
I let the sheep into the back of the farm yard where this sally willow (not sure of proper name!) grows everywhere. They went straight for it and now every one is nipped off to where they can reach! Nice to see them choose to eat it and browse so freely. It's supposed to be high in cobalt, zinc and
Caught my sheep grazing on some willow that grows wild everywhere at the back of our farm yard. They munched away until they found the field! Could have done with them eating it all back for me. Still nice to see them choose it. I really should plant them the tastier leafier verities somewhere for