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"I love that story, Lissa, because so many exotic experiments are fiascos. Either one…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 24, 2013 to Very exotic!

12 Feb 24, 2013
Reply by Elaine de Saxe

"I've never grown Jerusalem artichoke, but I've had it before so know it's delicious…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 23, 2013 to Very exotic!

12 Feb 24, 2013
Reply by Elaine de Saxe

"I looked it up on google images. I'm familiar with the weed, I can remember eating t…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 23, 2013 to Very exotic!

12 Feb 24, 2013
Reply by Elaine de Saxe

"Oh dear! Our old dog was a yellow Lab called Bessie. She was a fixture most afternoo…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 23, 2013 to A long tail of a dog on a tin roof

24 Feb 25, 2013
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

"I also prefer to sow direct, Craig. My approach is to keep an eye on the weather for…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 15, 2013 to growing from seed

13 Feb 17, 2013
Reply by Jodie Miller

"Below is the planting calendar I keep on google docs. It's partly a guide if I'm loo…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 14, 2013 to FREE planting calendar

6 Feb 14, 2013
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

"I used glyphosate for the first time not long ago. I was killing some grass in order…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 14, 2013 to Do you use a glyphosate weed killer?

10 Mar 3, 2013
Reply by Lissa

"Hi Elaine, It sounds like you have wisely suppressed those memories. Does anyone kno…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 12, 2013 to Fruit flies

9 Feb 13, 2013
Reply by Lissa

"Hi Norma and/or Ernie, I'm in Annerley, which is more inner south than southside. Pl…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 6, 2013 to Grumichama fruit

7 Feb 10, 2013

"Thanks Jodie, I'm very focused on growing non-marketable fruit, because I'm not sell…"

Rob Walter replied Feb 6, 2013 to Grumichama fruit

7 Feb 10, 2013

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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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