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“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”

Why Organic?! The BIG Debate...

G'Day Folks,

There’s always been a big debate...
On whether organically grown veg holds more nutrients and is, therefore, better for you than a non-organic veggie.

Well if we can ignore the horrendous chemicals used in non-organic farming for a second, then it really comes down to what is in the soil.

We have 3 principles in achieving our goal of growing the most nutrient-dense veggies possible.

No. 1 - Use Tonnes of Compost

Our compost is full of the good stuff, its packed with billions of micro-organisms in every teaspoon and busloads of organic matter which is food for these legends to chow down on and turn into nutrients for our veggies.

No. 2 - Disturb the soil as little as possible

We like to use a lot of compost because we love having gazillions of little miracle workers feeding our plants 24/7 (Don’t worry, compost is like gold to them, so they're happy with their pay and we don’t expect any strikes to occur over unfair work conditions).

But, these guys aren’t going to be able to do their job very well if someone keeps turning their homes upside down every week, so we do our best to leave them alone, let them build their ideal home with a white picket fence, get a decent job, get married and have at least 2 million babies (There’s no 2 child policy on this Farm!).

No. 3 - Focus on feeding the soil, not the plant

We don’t use any chemical fertilisers or quick fixes which only result in weak plants and weaker soil down the track.

What this means for you though...
Is that you are getting all the important nutrients your body needs!

And you’ll be getting even more as our soil health continues to strengthen.

The health of our soil determines the health of our plants.

And as the great Hippocrates once said "Let food be your medicine, and medicine be your food".

Know that when you eat food from our farm, you're getting much more than your ordinary fruit and vegetables!

Thank YOU for joining us on this epic journey & supporting Your local farmer!