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Disease Resistant/Tolerant Vegetables

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 22/08/2018

22 Augusts 2018 Tanya Malan Garden pests and diseases always pose a challenge to the organic gardener. When I walk to my garden and see a pest of disease I often close my eyes, ignore them and pretend they're not there, but that's hardly the solution! To help you and especially those living in wet and humid climates, here is a list of vegetables available on that are either resistant or tolerant to different diseases.

Can all children be entrepreneurs?

Relevance: 37%      Posted on: 19/08/2018

19 August 2018 Article by Tanya Malan (proud mom of 3 great world changers) What is entrepreneurship? According to Wikipedia it is the process of designing, launching and running a new business, which is often initially a small business. Those who create these businesses are called entrepreneurs. That brings us to our topic - Can all children be entrepreneurs? My answer, Yes they can IF the parent allows their child the room to explore, experiment and facilitate unlimited learning and problem solving! Children are born creative. It is society, its educational systems and their norms that 'file down' the natural…


Relevance: 35%      Posted on: 13/07/2018

Garlic Pre-orders are open ! Limited Stocks on Special varieties.

Homeschool Heirloom Gardeners Winter Challenge 2018

Relevance: 18%      Posted on: 28/08/2018

Winter Challenge 2018 – it was a challenge indeed! Winter is a time when things slow down. This season is usually seen as a time of preparation for spring and summer. Homeschoolers, however, are a different breed. They are used to doing things differently – to think outside the box. As a matter of fact, they will only use the box if it serves a practical purpose and enable them to learn and grow! It is therefore not surprising that they jumped at the chance to take on the Winter Challenge put to them by Durandt’s Heirloom Seeds. They were…