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Brymac Blueberries field day

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Brymac Blueberries field day

Time: November 22, 2014 from 9:30am to 3:30pm
Location: Brymac Blueberries
Street: 132 Commissioners Flat Rd
City/Town: Peachester
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Event Type: field day
Organized By: Brymac Blueberries
Latest Activity: Nov 24, 2014

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Come & spend some time on a biodynamic blueberry farm.
You will learn what we do & how we grow the best blueberries in harmony with nature.
You will also get to taste berries straight off the bush & plants will be available for purchase.
Farm is located at
132 Commissioners Flat Rd
We are approx 9ks from Australia Zoo at Beerwah.

Take the Beerwah turn off Steve Irwin Way, go over the new overpass & turn left at the lights, follow this for 7ks up the range. Take first left after the shop in Peachester & we are 1k on the right. Look for signs.

RSVP on Facebook HERE

Dean Bryant I start with a talk whilst everyone has coffee & morning tea. Then we go into the orchard about 10.30/11. This will take an hour or so, compost & veggie gardens are covered next.
I have quite a lot of information to get out that is relevant to all home gardeners & farmers. So I usually stick to this schedule.

I have a mic & portable speaker so everyone can hear.

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Comment by Lissa on November 24, 2014 at 4:48

Report on the day HERE.

Let me know if I missed out anything you think is important.

Comment by Lissa on October 25, 2014 at 6:04

I have left the RSVP here for this event as some people don't go on FB. We can see who would like to go and perhaps car pool for the day.

Comment by Lissa on October 25, 2014 at 6:02

Dean tells me over 100 people turned up for this last time. If you can, please go to the FB page (link above) and RSVP so these good folk have a better idea of numbers attending.

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