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Fiona Ryan's Discussions (34)

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"Time will tell."

Fiona Ryan replied Jul 19 to Keen to try this variety

4 Jul 20
Reply by Sophie

"All my husband's work. We are very much into reusing and zero waste so this was idea…"

Fiona Ryan replied Jul 10 to We have our 2nd wicking bed ready to go

3 Jul 10
Reply by Doug Hanning

"That is definitely interesting. I'd never heard of a Harvest Right before. It's an e…"

Fiona Ryan replied Jul 9 to THIS IS AN INTERESTING CONTRAPTION

3 Jul 13
Reply by Christa

"I love raspberries but didn't expect to be growing one. It's too good an opportunity…"

Fiona Ryan replied Jul 2 to Growing Raspberries in Brisbane

5 Jul 8
Reply by Cres

"Yes, he’s a gem. His produce included a couple of blood oranges and a tangelo, grown…"

Fiona Ryan replied Jul 1 to Growing Raspberries in Brisbane

5 Jul 8
Reply by Cres

"I just made up a few additional bags last night using some net curtain from an op sh…"

Fiona Ryan replied Jun 25 to Vegetable and Fruit Storage: Reusable Produce & String Bags

5 Jun 25
Reply by Christa

"Great work. Between the possums and the rats as well as the plague proportion butter…"

Fiona Ryan replied Jun 11 to Overnight veggie raid: is it a rat, or possum?

19 Jun 11
Reply by Fiona Ryan

"Fantastic tip Doug. I’ll take a look now."

Fiona Ryan replied May 31 to HOW MANY OF YOU ARE WILLING TO WAIT FOR FRUIT

11 May 31
Reply by Fiona Ryan

"What an excellent summary. I’m interested in the dwarf variety (and am on the wait l…"

Fiona Ryan replied May 30 to HOW MANY OF YOU ARE WILLING TO WAIT FOR FRUIT

11 May 31
Reply by Fiona Ryan

"I feel your pain. I had what I thought were possums and had erected various nets and…"

Fiona Ryan replied May 26 to Overnight veggie raid: is it a rat, or possum?

19 Jun 11
Reply by Fiona Ryan

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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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