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Recipe for Char Grilled Red Capsicum Dip

Char Grilled Red Capsicum Dip 6 Italian Fryer Capsicums, halved and deseeded 400 g tin of chick peas,drained 5  tablespoons of Extra Virgin…

Started by Roger Clark

4 Apr 17, 2019
Reply by Janet Fong

Mulch versus Compost

Mel Landers posted this in Soil4Climate: I read it a few times and loved the argument. Mulch versus Compost - Why I choose mulch –Experienc…

Started by Dave Riley

15 Apr 3, 2019
Reply by Christa

Dealing with the Oxalic Acid content of green leafy vegetables

Before you sign off on the green veg adventure, consider that things may not be as they seem as the supposedly naughty Oxalic Acid occurs m…

Started by Dave Riley

1 Mar 30, 2019
Reply by Dave Riley

Storage Bags for fruit and vegetables:Waste not/Want not.

When the plastic bag ban was coming in I collected a few supermarket type bags for the future. But then I've not been using them at all. In…

Started by Dave Riley

3 Mar 14, 2019
Reply by Cres

FIRST ITCHI PERSIMMON FOR MAR 2019

We just picked a persimmon from our tree and put it in the fridge where it softens up ready for me to have on yoghurt for breakie. We picke…

Started by Christa

5 Mar 11, 2019
Reply by Dianne Caswell

In praise of the neglected garden skink.

One of the great thrills i experienced when I moved to Brisbane for a  couple of years in the early seventies was the profusion of skinks.…

Started by Dave Riley

4 Mar 1, 2019
Reply by Elaine de Saxe

All Herbs and Seedlings

Warren and his fam who supply such a wonderful range of seedlings from their stall at the Sunday Caboolture Markets now have a web presence…

Started by Dave Riley

0 Feb 13, 2019

HOW MANY LEAVES IN YOUR GARDEN - CAN YOU EAT?

We are sometimes unaware of the actual food source that we are growing in our own yard. If survival on green leaves were possible then mayb…

Started by Christa

4 Feb 3, 2019
Reply by Dave Riley

Serpent/Snake Gourd

I've been trying to cultivate this for some time as an adjunct to my New Guinea Bean / Cucuzzi  (Lagenaria siceraria) preferences.  Nomencl…

Started by Dave Riley

4 Feb 3, 2019
Reply by Dave Riley

Trampoline frame

There is a free round Trampoline frame on facebook market place at Ningi  if you look at these Trampoline frames  they are made from solid…

Started by Jeff Kiehne

2 Jan 24, 2019
Reply by Valerie

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VETIVER COMMUNITY PROJECT

Vetiver grass helps to stabilise soil and protects it against erosion.  It can protect against pests and weeds. Vetiver is also used as animal feed. (Wiki.)

The Vetiver Community Project is a plant nursery run by Dave & Keir Riley that harvests and grows Vetiver grass for local community applications and use. It is based in Beachmere, just north of Brisbane, Australia.


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