Running Time: 92 minutes
Lifestyle guru Don Burke has a new -Burke's Backyard' installment coming to DVD covering the current, most sought-after gardening topic Backyard Farming. In this new release, learn how to grow your own produce at home, organically, no matter where you live.
Don Burke (OAM, FIAH, RH) is one of Australia's most respected, most popular and most credible media presenters. A highly qualified horticulturist and tree surgeon, Don has had a life-long passion for gardening, pets and everything in the backyard. His connection with people from all walks of life and his ability to communicate entertaining information to them is undeniable.
-Burke's Backyard' has over 17 years prime time TV on the Nine Network, winning 6 Logies, 2 People's Choice Awards, and a Gold Logie nomination for Don. -Burke's Backyard' has also been a regular top rating radio show since 1981 with Don hosting weekend radio programs for many years on 2WS and 2UE. Currently there are 15 radio stations across Australia syndicating Don's pearls of wisdom. Don and the -Burke's Backyard' team have also penned over 18 books plus the -Burke's Backyard Magazine'. The popular -Burke's Backyard' website was also established in 1997 and continues to provide people the world over with accurate and interesting information on everything in the backyard and beyond.
In Backyard Farming, The Lazy Gardener Don Burke shows the cycle from kitchen to kitchen; beginning with using your kitchen scraps as compost and chook food, using the compost and chook poo to fuel your garden to produce delicious home grown organic produce and eggs. Don has all the tricks to keep it simple and enjoyable as well as road testing the best chooks, how to set up a beautiful and functional vegie patch and avoid the pitfalls. The latest trends and health benefits of popular foods such as kale, quinoa and turmeric will also be explored. And when you have a glut of produce – there's some sensational, easy, organic recipes to boot. A must for anyone, anywhere, even with the smallest balcony or windowsill, to have a go at backyard farming. Because nothing tastes as good as the food you've grown yourself!
Backyard Farming: Back to the Kitchen