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Reviews

Carl Legge |
Monday, 31st October 2011
Darling, I have something to admit. I've been lying to you. Every time I'ver served you up spinach, be it in soup, pies or rissotto, I've actually been feeding you wild things. You've had stinging nettles, dead nettles, purslanes and oraches; I've... more
 
Maddy Harland |
Monday, 24th October 2011
Transition is now a worldwide grassroots movement that looks climate change and peak oil squarely in the face and dismisses the utter impossibility of endless economic growth on a planet of finite resources. It offers community based solutions to... more
 
Fiona Sanderson |
Monday, 26th September 2011
One of the best things that ever happened to me was having my old tools stolen from the allotment shed. I had used my Grandad's old spade for years with some pride, and much unnecessary backache, which I put down to not being fit enough. Liberated... more
 
John Adams |
Thursday, 8th September 2011
Nether Wallop have just launched two products that should help to speed up your fruit picking this autumn. The first, a Quick Picker, is a wire framed apple picker head with a catch bag attached. This can be mounted to a handle of your choice to... more
 
John Adams |
Wednesday, 7th September 2011
I am a big fan of outdoor cooking so I was delighted to get hold of a Ronnie Sunshine's Classic Camping, Western Style Dutch Oven Cookset. This set consists of a 4 litre (7 pint) Dutch oven, a skillet pan and a griddle plate. They are all made of... more
 
Mark Anslow |
Thursday, 1st September 2011
There's no doubt that the eBook revolution has lowered the barriers to getting published. And that's a good thing - traditional publishing is expensive, time-consuming, heavily tied to advertising and very resource intensive. The downside, of course... more
 
John Adams |
Wednesday, 31st August 2011
Good manual juicers are hard to find, and really good ones like the Z Star Manual Juicer, which can even juice wheatgrass, are very rare indeed. First impressions were that the juicer is made of quality materials and is slightly larger than other... more
 
Pete Cooper |
Wednesday, 24th August 2011
Being a UK resident with a long-term plan to self-build my next house in a completely sustainable way, I felt it somewhat serendipitous that a manuscript of planning permission research made its way to me. The regulations in the minefield that... more
 
Ben Law |
Thursday, 7th July 2011
This timely book is a great introduction to coppicing and coppice crafts. The writers have many years of practical experience between them and they share their insights into managing coppice woods and offer advice on finding a wood through to a... more
 
Patrick Whitefield |
Wednesday, 6th July 2011
Aerated compost tea is a revolutionary new tool in the organic gardener's and farmer's toolkit. It's not a liquid manure but a preparation of microbes, designed to enhance microbial life both in the soil and on the surface of plants' leaves. It's... more
 

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