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Most Recent ISSA News

Feed your Soil

August will see the beginning of Harvesting for most, beetroot, tomatoes, carrots, cabbage, cauliflower, peas, french and runner beans among others will leave your beds empty. Green manures (mustard, buckwheat, clovers and vetches) are plants which are grown specifically to improve soil fertility. Grow directly in the now empty beds, cut down and dig in to ...

What to Sow in August

What to Sow in August. There are still quite a few things you should be sowing in August to provide you with a good supply of food over the winter period, late croppers such as Spring Cabbage as well as hardy lettuce are ideal. Although we think of lettuce as a summer crop, it is a ...

Heritage Garden Day, Sunday August 23rd

Heritage Garden Day at Irish Seed Savers, Scariff Sunday August 23rd, 12pm to 4pm Join us for a relaxed day celebrating all that is good about Irelands Natural Food Heritage Tours . Talks . Tastings . Stalls Cookery Demos . Café . Pizza Puppet Show . Craft Activities And much much more ... Free entry for Children & Supporters / €4 non-supporters For more info please email: 

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