The Truth About Organic Gardening

You have heard about our organic terrace garden. You know all the exciting projects that came out of it and the fun we had building it. Don’t forget the good harvest we had over the past year. However, not everything is always smooth sailing as one might mistakenly assume. We do have our share of pesky problems and that is what this post is about. I write this post in the hope that it may help you understand the other side of terrace gardening in case you are planning to embark on the journey. Shade net issues It was been … Continue reading “The Truth About Organic Gardening”

Organic Gardening: Shade Net, Drips and Harvest 2.0

Some of you might be bored of the organic gardening posts, but I know at least a couple of people who are interested on the topic. Feel free to skip if you had enough In one of the earlier posts, I talked about the shade net setup that we worked on in 2019. We only set the shade net on a small part of the terrace as a test and it worked brilliantly in protecting the plants. The rest of the plants outside of the shade net area were not handling the sun well. So we wanted to finish … Continue reading “Organic Gardening: Shade Net, Drips and Harvest 2.0”

Organic Gardening: Shade Net Setup

In the last post I talked about how we started building our very basic organic terrace garden in the early spring of 2019. Soon the summer will start and we were worried if the plants will be able to handle the sun. Even during the spring season, the plants were having difficulty coping up with the heat on the terrace. So we decided to build a shade net. The idea was to Setup wooden pillars on all sides of the terrace Have wooden beams connecting the pillars Wrap GI wires around the beams to form a mesh Cover the GI … Continue reading “Organic Gardening: Shade Net Setup”