Australian Garlic

Australian Garlic

Australian Garlic belongs to the Allium plant family – the same family as onions, shallots and leeks.  Garlic resembles onion in both size and growth habit.  It has a shallow, fibrous root system and a modified and flattened stem.  Garlic is typically propagated from cloves since it has no actual seed.  Garlic is popular in many cuisines because of its strong smell and flavour.   Aside from cooking, garlic is renowned for its health and medicinal benefits.

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Crowd Farming Towards a Better Tomorrow

Farming-at-home

Crowd Farming Towards a Better Tomorrow

In today’s generation we are facing a long list of health issues. A lot of illnesses occur and some are even unexplainable. We can’t refute the fact that it could very well be due to the foods we consume and the polluted environment we are living in.

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The Honey Harvesting Process

Honey-Harvesting
Honey-Harvesting

Sixty five per cent of the crops grown in Australia today depend on bee pollination for their very existence. In Australia there are over 1,500 bee species and certain species have diverse habits and likings in collecting pollen, with some species being better pollinators while others are better in producing honey.

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Micro Greens

Micro Greens
Micro Mustard

Micro Greens, i guess that you more than likely have heard about micro greens. Many people may have heard about them but are not entirely sure as to what they actually are. Micro greens are a tiny vegetable green that is used both as a visual and flavour component or ingredient primarily in fine dining restaurants.

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