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"Aldi had seeds and mushroom kits probably need to wear protective clothing  riot gea…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Apr 1 to PANDEMIC GARDENING: Buying seeds online

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Reply by Dave Riley

"Problem with some seed packets is only need a small quantity of plants and  expensiv…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Mar 21 to Taking the opportunity to plan & plant

18 Mar 21
Reply by Dianne Caswell

"Seed you need temperature control to get best results as each seed has a preferred t…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Mar 20 to Taking the opportunity to plan & plant

18 Mar 21
Reply by Dianne Caswell

"Found this on the internet  and they are on facebook. f you’re lucky enough to be in…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Feb 27 to Mashua Perennial nasturtian

8 Mar 2
Reply by Lyn John

"Anyone using as animal food does it have to be boiled or will drying make safe."

Jeff Kiehne replied Feb 20 to Chaya

13 Feb 21
Reply by Christa

"You could try dropping some  seed in a suitable place that is not your yard .They li…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Feb 19 to Simple Nasturtiums

4 Feb 21
Reply by Sid Saghe

"Heat will kill a lot of the pathogens in soil and if growing in pots can place in a…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Jan 16 to Sweet potato pests????

6 Jan 21
Reply by angela holmes

"Sweet potatoes can be cured where kept in hot humid environment to convert there sta…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Jan 14 to Sweet potato pests????

6 Jan 21
Reply by angela holmes

"In bush fire areas sewer mining could be looked  at for a supply of water to fight t…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Jan 2 to Planning to survive a Bushfire in Brisbane

13 Jan 2
Reply by Jeff Kiehne

"I would not be relying on the Queensland government for a safe Evacuation Centre  th…"

Jeff Kiehne replied Dec 31, 2019 to Planning to survive a Bushfire in Brisbane

13 Jan 2
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GrowVetiver

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.)

GrowVetiver 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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