Sally Morgan

Sally is an experienced organic gardener, smallholder and writer. Here you can read about the organic one-acre plot that Sally has set up at Empire Farm in Somerset. Sally blogs regularly about the plot – what's being grown and raised, her polytunnel, the organic allotments and her walled garden, as well as matters that concern her - climate change, healthy soils, organic growing, peatfree compost, biodiversity, sustainability etc. She writes about her visits to farms, gardens, allotments and growers during the year. You can also find out about her workshops that she runs from Empire Farm and the books she has written, including The Healthy Vegetable Garden, The Climate Change Garden and Living on One Acre or Less. She is a regular contributor to Country Smallholding Magazine.

Cutting peat for cgarden compost

Compost – peatfree, aminopyralid and digestate

There’s been a lot of tweeting around compost in recent weeks; the #peatfree campaign which is vital to saving our peat bogs, biodiversity, climate change and flooding; the risk of #aminopyralid contamination in manures and composts and the growing popularity

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