I’m not an expert on busch gardening, but the idea of growing food indoors seems to appeal to me.
I’ve been a gardener for a long time and it was fun.
But the idea didn’t appeal to the people in my home town of Melbourne.
They don’t seem to want to do it.
“It’s not for everyone, I don’t think,” said Dr. Andrew Pang, chief executive of the Victoria Department of Agriculture.
A report published in April 2016 by the Victorian Government’s Agriculture and Fisheries Advisory Committee said that more than 30 per cent of people in Melbourne didn’t want to grow food indoors.
The report cited concerns about the health impacts of indoor gardening and the environmental impacts of the growing.
This wasn’t the first time the issue had come up in Melbourne.
The first reports of indoor buschgardening came in 2005, when the ABC reported that more people in the Melbourne suburbs wanted to grow vegetables indoors than in urban areas.
In the last decade, the numbers have been falling, with a majority of Melbourne’s population living in suburbs.
Dr. Pang said that indoor growing had been around for some time.
It was popular in rural areas, and in Victoria’s northern suburbs.
But urban areas had become a more urbanized place, he said.
There’s a lack of understanding and awareness about indoor growing.
I think there’s a lot of misconceptions, and the people who are really confused are those living in the inner city, and I think that’s a really important part of the equation, he added.
While I’m an advocate of growing indoors, I do think we need to have a better understanding of what that is.
So how do you grow vegetables in your house?
“There’s no magic recipe, there’s no recipe for how to grow your own food,” Dr. Pamp said.
“The key is to take time to understand the plant you want to eat and the climate you want it to be grown in.”
Dr. Andrew Pap is a professor of organic agriculture at the University of Western Australia and a former professor of natural resources science at the Australian National University.
He said it was important to understand what types of plants were grown in your area and how they were grown.
He said growing vegetables indoors was a “simple” solution, and that it’s the “best option for a wide variety of things”.
“You can make a really good quality meal out of it,” he said, adding that growing your own vegetables indoors will help you avoid nutrient deficiencies.
Why you should grow your vegetables in the backyardDr.
Pap also pointed out that a backyard is the best place to grow the plants you want.
And he said that the greenhouse has a lot to offer as well.
You’ll be able to control the temperature and humidity and the light conditions.
“[Growing] vegetables indoors can give you more control over the weather,” he added, explaining that you’ll be healthier.
As a farmer you’ll also have access to water and nutrients, and this is a great time to be a gardening enthusiast.
For more gardening advice, check out our guide to growing food outdoors.