Rain Rain Go Away...
Updated: Mar 27
All the rain in Sydney this year played havoc with tomatoes, cucumber, zucchini, watermelon and other veggies planted in the ground.
A generous spraying with a dilute solution of bicarb, canola oil and a splash of dishwashing liquid puts pay to white mildew in short order.
However, thankfully those veggies lucky enough to be grown in our carefully engineered, self watering wicking beds were irrigated from beneath, and helped between rainfall by the dry surface soil. And the snails weren't too happy at all!
These fortunate veggies need very little attention until it comes to the picking and cooking part!
The rich growing medium we set our beds up with gives healthy veggies season after season with minimal input and less irritation from pests and disease. Just water one a week, and mulch one a year!
Contact @urbanveggiecrew to install your very own vegetable powerhouse!
About Our High-Yield Vegetable Beds
Anyone can grow vegetables with the special raised wicking beds we install in Sydney. We we set you up to win!
The engineered beds we install are tuned for unbelievably high vegetable yields with no hassle:
Self Watering (more here...)
Self Fertilising (more here...)
Self Weeding (more here...)
Self Digging (more here...)
And even better they:
Naturally control disease (more here...)
Deter slugs and snails (more here...)
Are safe and built to last (more here...)
We build and install in backyards, courtyards and balconies all over Sydney.
Find out more at www.urbanveggiecrew.com.au