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"How cool is this!  And that you two have the time to post photo's while on holidays. "

Susan replied Oct 22, 2019 to Diane & Graham in South America photo's

2 Oct 22, 2019
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"Hi Lily,  I was one who bought this tree 3 yrs ago.  No fruit to date and not really…"

Susan replied Aug 25, 2019 to Low-Chill Double-Grafted Cherry Trees

13 Aug 25, 2019
Reply by Susan

"Well done :).  Wish my bloody passion fruits were looking that good this year b"

Susan replied Aug 4, 2019 to Pine Rivers Show

4 Aug 4, 2019
Reply by Susan

"Well now, I have 4 banana stems that will be up for grabs in about 2 months time if…"

Susan replied Jun 23, 2019 to Banana stem planter

1 Jun 23, 2019
Reply by Susan

"My problem with direct sowing seeds is time.  If they fail, you’ve got to replant, t…"

Susan replied Jun 17, 2019 to Direct Sowing of Seeds (Part the First)

26 Jul 8, 2019
Reply by Dave Riley

"Hey Angela, Mine died too in the heat.  To be fair to the poor thing, I had planted…"

Susan replied Apr 28, 2019 to Keriberry

9 Apr 28, 2019
Reply by angela holmes

"I might have to give this a go once my damn capsicums start producing"

Susan replied Apr 17, 2019 to Recipe for Char Grilled Red Capsicum Dip

4 Apr 17, 2019
Reply by Janet Fong

"I’m so in awe of these Christa!   "

Susan replied Mar 9, 2019 to FIRST ITCHI PERSIMMON FOR MAR 2019

5 Mar 11, 2019
Reply by Dianne Caswell

"No worries. I. Should be going to Andy’s gv so might see u then"

Susan replied Nov 11, 2018 to OFFER: 4 laying hens

3 Nov 11, 2018
Reply by Susan

"Looks delicious. Wonder if an older trombonccino would do good as a guord substitute?"

Susan replied Nov 9, 2018 to Lauki=Bottle Gourd -- as in Lauki Gosht (Loki Gosht or Bottle gourd with meat)

2 Nov 9, 2018
Reply by Dave Riley

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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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