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"I will try to grow some cuttings, Dave.  If you have trouble obtaining them just let…"

Christa replied yesterday to Chaya

28 9 hours ago
Reply by Dave Riley

"At first look, I would say it is an aibika, which I think is also called Queensland…"

Christa replied yesterday to Chaya

28 9 hours ago
Reply by Dave Riley

"I don't have any Sophie, but Diggers do. "

Christa replied on Tuesday to The "wish list" thread. What you'd like:

9 on Tuesday
Reply by Sophie

"I might look into these but I wish I could educate our neighbours who just leave fru…"

Christa replied on Tuesday to FRUIT FLY KITS AVAILABLE

4 on Tuesday
Reply by Susan

"Dave Have you tried Aibika as a green food.  There are 3 different leaf types, large…"

Christa replied on Sunday to Chaya

28 9 hours ago
Reply by Dave Riley

"It was a melon I grew some time ago, and remember that the vine died off and left a…"

Christa replied Jan 29 to The Santa Claus melon, aka Christmas melon or Piel de Sapo (Toad Skin)

4 Jan 29
Reply by Valerie

"A great video detailing the man who publicised regenerative farming.  He should be h…"

Christa replied Jan 22 to Essential Reading:Call of the Reed Warbler

4 Jan 23
Reply by Dave Riley

"That yellow packet is normally used as a seed packet, are you sure there are not ins…"

Christa replied Jan 19 to 'Tatume' or 'Calabacita' Squash

14 Jan 19
Reply by Barbara Tealby

"Here is a description I found on this site from Pat -   Comment by pat pierce on Feb…"

Christa replied Jan 11 to 'Tatume' or 'Calabacita' Squash

14 Jan 19
Reply by Barbara Tealby

"Pat Pierce of BLF, put me on to the tatume, a couple of years ago.  Pat said she esp…"

Christa replied Jan 11 to 'Tatume' or 'Calabacita' Squash

14 Jan 19
Reply by Barbara Tealby

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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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