At Cupitt’s near Ulladulla, on the South Coast of NSW, there’s always something happening and we are glad to be able to bring you the latest news here:

Gardening Tips – Giant Cauliflower17 July 2019 – posted in: Event News, Uncategorized

Cupitt Gardeners Adrian and Gav used a mixture of worm castings, dolomite and rock dust to get their mini cauliflowers maxi this year!

Worm castings: Any nutrients and minerals go into a worm farm come from kitchen scraps, come out in a form that is more easily absorbed by plants. They also contain millions of beneficial bacteria and other organisms.

Dolomite: It is a type of limestone that provides valuable nutrients to plants. It helps change the pH of the soil by raising it to match the plants’ needs.

Rock Dust (or Rock Minerals): Contain trace elements essential to healthy plant growth.

 

 

At Cupitt’s near Ulladulla, on the South Coast of NSW, there’s always something happening and we are glad to be able to bring you the latest news here:

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