Subtropical Planting Guide


Month by Month planting times by season for your vegetables, roots, flowers, herbs and green manures.

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A simple month by month laminated planting guide for Subtropical eastern Australia. Plan your plantings in advance with the utilisation of this practical tool. Planting time for different annual vegetables and flowers is crucial to success. The back of the guide also has a Vegetable Information Chart with Latin name, Soil PH requirements, time from plant to harvest, spacing, propagation methods and pollination. Pollination is critical for seed saving and this is a crucial part of gardening abundance success. Letting plants complete their full life cycle. The source of seed is also crucial, open pollinated seedlings or seed companies are critical. Byron Seed Share is a local initiative on the north coast of New South Wales. These planting material and seed sharing groups are needed in every community.

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The Navdanya Biodiversity Conservation Farm was founded in 1995. Navdanya has been instrumental in conserving biodiversity through the set up of over 120 community centred, decentralised indigenous seed banks across India, which are making farmers free of dependence on costly unreliable nutritionally empty seeds and helping them move from vulnerability to resilience in the context of climate change.

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