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"Yes Joe, I live at Park Ridge. but my soil is very poor. It is sandy and very shallo…"

Roger Clark replied Oct 31 to soil, soil and soil?

27 on Sunday
Reply by Joe Wang

"Thanks Joe, I will try this next year. It is a pity that we only get 1 flowering per…"

Roger Clark replied Oct 29 to I'm Stumped on Avocados - Why is it so?

8 Oct 29
Reply by Roger Clark

"Hi, Ian and Christa, I have two dwarf Avos, a Pinkerton, and a Rincon in pots and pl…"

Roger Clark replied Sep 18 to I'm Stumped on Avocados - Why is it so?

8 Oct 29
Reply by Roger Clark

"Joe, I have had some success growing Garlic over the last few years. I wrote a spiel…"

Roger Clark replied Jul 20 to Please advise how to grow garlic

7 Sep 15
Reply by Joe Wang

"Here is my way of keeping out possums. The floppy fence is fixed on supports at eith…"

Roger Clark replied Jun 7 to Overnight veggie raid: is it a rat, or possum?

19 Jun 11
Reply by Fiona Ryan

"One way to prevent possums getting to your crop is to erect a "floppy fence" around…"

Roger Clark replied May 25 to Overnight veggie raid: is it a rat, or possum?

19 Jun 11
Reply by Fiona Ryan

"Hello Mike, I've just done a search on bean fly pests. It makes me wonder how anyone…"

Roger Clark replied May 1 to bean fly attacking young bean plants?

11 May 19
Reply by Dave Riley

"Dianne, have you seen my "growing in sugar cane bales" post it has a photo of one of…"

Roger Clark replied Apr 30 to Growing in sugar cane bales take 2 Correct photo this time

12 May 1
Reply by Sophie

"Yes still strung."

Roger Clark replied Apr 29 to Growing in sugar cane bales take 2 Correct photo this time

12 May 1
Reply by Sophie

"Unfortunately not cheap - $7 a bale. I used to drive over to Jacobs Well and load up…"

Roger Clark replied Apr 29 to Growing in sugar cane bales take 2 Correct photo this time

12 May 1
Reply by Sophie

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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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