As we come to the end of another month, spring has truly set in for the north and autumn for the south. I wonder how many of us are still scrambling to get some things planted late for the upcoming seasons; or is it just me...
Things happening in the community.
This fortnight's @naturalmedicine challenge is a little bit different. It's a positive vibes challenge to try to and look at raising the spirits of those around us and it extends to all communities, not just the Natural Medicine one.
This week's @ecotrain question of the week asks the controversial question, is it right for governments to lie to us to control our behaviour or prevent panic?
Some highlights of the week
Thinning seedlings can be a tough when you find it hard to let potential plants go, but there is a good reason for it. @paradoxtma walks us through thinning out tomato seedlings and why they've decided to take this approach this time around.
You don't have to have a garden to grow food, as @mers demonstrates with this thorough tutorial on growing mung bean sprouts.
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