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Hi guys how are you all? Im new to the site so hopefully im doing this correctly

Anyhoo Ive got some good coco peat for sale for anyone thats interested!!

Its Low ec and already washed in salt free water and buffered so they just need to be hydrated and their ready to go.

They are 5 kg blocks and they fluff out 15L/Kg so about 70-75L per block and is 100% organic

$10 a block which is quite reasonable and can supply by the pallet load if needed and will drop the price for that. there are 220 blocks per pallet.

I live in Mcdowall Brisbane to give you an idea

Anyways call or message me if your interested, if I miss your call im probably in the middle of something but will endeavour to call you back ASAP

Thanks and take care!!! 

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Hi Henry, welcome to the site!

Do you sell them individually, and will you be taking them to future garden visits?  Just wondering ~

Hi Florence,

Yes will be selling them individually for $15 a block. Thanks for the interest also Ive never been before but if im invited to one of these garden visits ( a little unsure what these are) than i will certainly attend with some upon request. Have a great day!!

Welcome Henry! Glad you figured out how to post :) The blocks sound great - will spread the word!

Hi Farina,

Thanks for the kind words much appreciated enjoy your day:)
Hi Florence,

Yes will be selling them individually for $15 a block. Thanks for the interest also Ive never been before but if im invited to one of these garden visits ( a little unsure what these are) than i will certainly attend with some upon request.

One of our "Groups" is a garden visit group.  http://brisbanelocalfood.ning.com/group/garden-visits

We tend to visit someone's garden each month.  The lists of visits are in the group.  The next is at my house as it turns out (at McDowall) on the 25th of this month. 

Wow thats great what a coincidence lol. Well i think it sounds like you guys have a hood thing going on well if you dont mind I could bring some than i suppose... Thats if its alright with you first of course Andy. If not I think ill attend just to say hi and meet everyone sounds like fun:)

That's be fine mate.  I think you'll enjoy it.   Join the group brother. 

:) Cheers mate have done look forward to it...

Henry, this is the garden visits group http://brisbanelocalfood.ning.com/group/garden-visits

so you just need to join that group too. Lissa runs the garden visit group. 

The next garden visit is near you.  If that doesn't suit, mine is in December and I'm just in the next suburb.  Darren showed off his garden tubs at my last one so I wouldn't have any problem with you bringing these along to mine. 

edit - Andy, great minds or are you procrastinating as well?

Hi Gayle,

Ok great that sounds like a good idea thanks for your support and will find the time to attend thanks again, much appreciated! Good day!

Well, it's obvioius Gayle.  Clearly great minds!  LOL. `

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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.)

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