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WaterUps® Horticulture Projects
Pocket City Farms
WaterUps® installed our first beds at Pocket City Farms in early 2019 as a trial. A few months later a further 11 timber beds were installed along the street frontage to grow leafy greens, fennel, and other small rooting vegetables. This allowed the farm to increase food yields.
Melbourne Food Hub
In November 2019, WaterUps® were installed at the Melbourne Food Hub, in the first commercial trial of our in-ground wicking beds system.
WaterUps® Horticulture News
This post will focus on how to grow a more diverse range of vegetables using seeds rather than seedlings.
This post will focus on the last chance you will get to sow a few Autumn and Winter crops in your wicking beds and what to plant.
This issue will give you heaps of practical advice on growing late summer vegetables.
This month’s issue will give you heaps of practical advice on growing late summer vegetables.
This post is designed to be the first in a series, that will give you heaps of practical advice on how to ensure that your wicking bed performs optimally. We will try to address the different challenges that may be faced by the different climatic zones across Australia over the course of the year.
Eric Sturman brings his passion for plants and architectural design skills to WaterUps®
WaterUps® has launched its new wicking bed pipe system. The new pipes ensure perfect placement for optimal wicking action.
A recent collaboration with PlantingSeeds’ B & B Highway has resulted in a new application of our wicking beds in pollinator gardens. The B & B Highway – which stands for ‘Bed and Breakfasts for Bees, Birds and Biodiversity’ – is creating pollinator passageways across Sydney.
Angus Stewart writes about how wicking beds create water-efficient gardens and using WaterUps®.