This club has been around in North Queensland for a good twenty years or more now.
We used to attend, back in the days when Neil was farmer on the Tablelands.
Biodynamics FNQ has grown in leaps and bounds, and is a credit to all the active members.
We now have their quarterly newsletter available here at Neil's Organics.
Called "WHO FLUNG DUNG" - a wonderful name very apt for a Biodynamic group who make their own 500 and preps!
This year, the club is concentrating on workshops and field days aimed at the HOME GARDENER!
So if you are interested in more information, call in and purchase a newsletter (cost is only $2) so you can find out more about the club and how they can help you!
We keep an updating list of events being held on our front page - look for the "more articles" area and click on the link you want.
Interesting article regarding RoundUp and GE crops
If you are having a debate regarding the use of RoundUp, or GE Food production, perhaps this article may be of interest to you.
We are very happy to let you know we have increased our range of Eco-Garden products in our shop.As the weather warms up fruit fly will be more of a nuisance so we have traps and wicks for male flies as well as an attractant for the female flies.
If anyone of you would be interested in an Organic Gardening talk by Neil (who was a certified organic farmer for fifteen years) please let Neil know whether you would like a weekend (during the day) or a night during the week. Then a venue and dates can be arranged.
If you still have vegies growing now summer's here, you must be doing a very good job.
By this time of the year, I try to have finished picking and have legumes planted. Hopefully have a good leaf cover so to keep the soil as cool as possible.