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February 25, 2019

Holsworthy Community Garden Unearthed

The gathering held on 24th February was able to weed and mat (cardboard layers) and mulch the rest of the Bush Tucker Garden – Harvest over […]
February 13, 2019

Holsworthy Community Garden – Dig it!

Our gathering on 9th February started early with harvesting, turning the compost, mulching and weeding with around 14 people attending. A total of around 25kg of […]
March 21, 2018

40L Worm Casting Bags

40 litres of SCRAP's prime worm casting added to a 2m2 garden bed (preferably mixed with reasonable quality top soil) will give your plants the boost they need to start producing nutritious, organic food for you. (Based on 10% minimum cast: 2m x 1m x 0.2m deep = 400L of soil to a generous growing depth).
June 21, 2016

No Dig Gardening

SCRAP conducts a number of environmental workshops for councils, schools, community gardens and others. Here participants utilise recycled plastic to build a (mock-up) no dig garden […]
November 2, 2015

Managing Your Worm Farm

Managing Your Worm Farm There are many aspects to managing your worm farm but a few hints based on our practice and experience may help you: […]
November 2, 2015

Compost worms

Compost worms are tireless in converting organic (food and garden) waste into worm castings (manure) which is a complete organic fertiliser for plants. Charles Darwin first […]
August 28, 2015

Organic Seeds and Plants

For over 25 years Eden Seeds has been providing non-hybrid, old traditional, open pollinated varieties of seed. None are genetically engineered, nor chemically treated and they […]
August 28, 2015

Worms and worm farming

Worms and worm farming are a passion at SCRAP because we can address key questions of waste reduction through our friends the “dolphin of the soil” […]
May 20, 2011

Kincumber PS KISSS using Recycled Sewerage Water

SCRAP is pleased to announce that we are nearing completion of another first – at Kincumber PS on the NSW Central Coast we have installed KISSS […]