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Seed Saving Meeting May - Beelarong Community Farm

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Seed Saving Meeting May - Beelarong Community Farm

Time: May 29, 2011 from 9am to 12pm
Location: Beelarong Community Farm.
Street: Corner Beverley and York Streets
City/Town: Morningside
Event Type: seed, saver, meeting, garden, visit, beelarong, community, farm
Organized By: Donna
Latest Activity: May 31, 2011

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Brisbane Seed Savers Meeting - Sunday 29th May at Beelarong Community Farm.

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0hp3abfij19up Comment by 0hp3abfij19up on May 9, 2011 at 7:51

Anyone know the best way of cooking Okra?  If anyone attending the Seedsavers at Beelarong has a favourite recipe, please bring it along.

Also interested in ways to use choko. Thanks.

Comment by Donna on May 9, 2011 at 6:56

Joeseph I will try and separate a comfrey for you, it grows from from bits of root so shouldn't be a problem.

1dljp6d0n2vka Comment by 1dljp6d0n2vka on May 8, 2011 at 20:42
Thanks for organising this. I'd like to go to have a look. It's not far from my house. Looking forward to it.
Comment by Joseph on May 7, 2011 at 18:32
Would anyone have some comfrey root or seed to spare? I'm happy to trade with seeds I have at this time, which are mostly okra, jicama, chinese mustard, flowering cabbage and snake bean. I also have some snowpea seeds I harvested in Oct last year. They're just run-of-the-mill snowpeas but they seem to germinate better than the store bought seeds and the plants are more vigourous.
Comment by Jess Osborne on May 6, 2011 at 11:16
I do alot of potting and having troubles with seeds growing to full potential also need to learn a bit about pests and soils . See u all there!
Comment by Donna on March 27, 2011 at 12:01

That sounds great Paul, I have found that germination is a tricky business even with very fresh seeds sometimes. 

I've also read that some seeds are supposed to be better after 5 years.  Mention it as you share them and people can choose whether they want to take them or not - my experience is that people always love a freebie!

1p4uhz1wy3yq2 Comment by 1p4uhz1wy3yq2 on March 27, 2011 at 11:52
I know it's a seed saving thing but I was wondering, I have an excess of seeds, mostly Edens and was thinking of bringing some along to share around, they are all less than 12 months old and have been kept in a 'fridge. 
1p4uhz1wy3yq2 Comment by 1p4uhz1wy3yq2 on March 27, 2011 at 11:50
Will try to get to this one Donna, don't live far away if the builders have finished by then!
0hp3abfij19up Comment by 0hp3abfij19up on March 19, 2011 at 9:58

The address for Beelarong Community Farm is Corner Beverley and York Streets, Morningside.  Donna, please could you add this to the "Event" entry.  Many thanks.

Members can check out Beelarong's website on

http://www.beelarong.org.au/

0hp3abfij19up Comment by 0hp3abfij19up on March 19, 2011 at 9:11
Thank you for setting up the Event entry Donna. Looking forward to seeing you, and other members of "Seed Savers" on the day.

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