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Kim Trinh left a comment for Andrew
"Hi Andrew, where did you buy your bu ya variety of edamame from ? And how did you deal with the sucking bug issue ? Thanks in advance for your advise."
Jul 18
Lissa left a comment for Kim Trinh
"Joseph used to grow Edamame quite a lot. A search of the site (top right) brought up THIS INFORMATION about: The easiest to grow is the Bunya variety"
Jul 18
Kim Trinh left a comment for Kim Trinh
"Yeah checked then out already. Not available."
Jul 17
Elaine de Saxe left a comment for Kim Trinh
"Start with Green Harvest."
Jul 17
Kim Trinh left a comment for Kim Trinh
"Hi Roger, Thank you for your comment. My apologies. I didn't know the phone altered my typing in the comment. I was hoping to find out where I could get edamame (soy bean) seed in Qld. Specifically the Bunya variety which is better suit to our…"
Jul 17
Roger Clark left a comment for Kim Trinh
"Kim, When you say you like some "Kegs" of Bunyas, do you means Bunya nuts?. Bunyas will drop their nuts or the huge round balls that encase the nuts in summer time. There re several parks around Brisbane that you can go and collect them…"
Jul 17
Kim Trinh replied to Andrew's discussion Edamame seed
"Hi Andrew, I would love to purchase a few kegs of the Bunya variety. I would appreciate it if you could share with me where you buy them ? And are they gmo free ? Thank you. Cheers, Kim"
Jul 15
Dianne Caswell left a comment for Kim Trinh
"Good Morning Kin, Welcome to Brisbane Local Foods (BLF). You will find many of our members share your dreams of a Pesticide Free and Self Sustainable Garden and am sure they will be more than happy to help you in your quest to get there. Here at the…"
Jun 19
Kim Trinh posted a status
"Thanks Andrew. Looking forward to meeting the BLF community !"
Jun 18
Andrew Cumberland left a comment for Kim Trinh
"Welcome to the site Kim. "
Jun 18
Kim Trinh is now a member of Brisbane Local Food
Jun 18

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About me:
I am a strong believer in natural and chemical free fruit. I enjoy growing my own fruit and vegetable that are pesticide free. My dream is to one day, start a successful self sustainable vegetarian farm to feed my family and work full time on the farm.
I am currently involved with the following community gardens and groups:
This is the first garden group I've joined.
I am interested in:
Gardening, craft, recycle, upcycle, sewing, travel, food and share my knowledge to help others.
I can offer (you can't offer too much or too little - we don't mind)
Information, Community Involvement
What I am looking for:
Information, Plants or Produce, Garden Materials, Community Involvement, Gardening Help
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Brisbane Southern Suburbs

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At 8:06 on July 18, 2017, Lissa said…

Joseph used to grow Edamame quite a lot.

A search of the site (top right) brought up THIS INFORMATION about: The easiest to grow is the Bunya variety

At 14:42 on July 17, 2017, Kim Trinh said…
Yeah checked then out already. Not available.
At 13:04 on July 17, 2017, Elaine de Saxe said…

Start with Green Harvest.

At 11:43 on July 17, 2017, Kim Trinh said…
Hi Roger,

Thank you for your comment.
My apologies. I didn't know the phone altered my typing in the comment.
I was hoping to find out where I could get edamame (soy bean) seed in Qld. Specifically the Bunya variety which is better suit to our Qld conditions.
At 7:49 on July 17, 2017, Roger Clark said…

Kim,

When you say you like some "Kegs" of Bunyas, do you means Bunya nuts?. Bunyas will drop their nuts or the huge round balls that encase the nuts in summer time. There re several parks around Brisbane that you can go and collect them from. If you search for "Bunya Nuts" on this website you should find articles that have been written about this in the last few years.

If you would like a Bunya nut seedling I have a couple. Please be aware that these grow into huge trees and are not suitable for the average house block. They also take many years to get large enough to fruit.

Anyway if you are interested, let me know,

At 7:06 on June 19, 2017, Dianne Caswell said…

Good Morning Kin, Welcome to Brisbane Local Foods (BLF). You will find many of our members share your dreams of a Pesticide Free and Self Sustainable Garden and am sure they will be more than happy to help you in your quest to get there.

Here at the top of the page, you will find many GROUPS to join. One is the GARDEN VISITS, 2017 GARDEN VISITS CALENDAR here. I am sure you would enjoy visiting our member’s gardens. We have members who grow many different kinds of Gardens, Permaculture, Aquaculture, Wicking Beds, Traditional and many more. The GV's are usually held once a month. At the GV's we share cuttings, plants, produce, seeds, knowledge as well as a good chat and a lovely Homemade Morning Teas. 

We have many subjects of interest, if you have any questions I am sure we would have a member or site available to answer that question.

You may like to go into your page and change the Pea Leaf Avatar for one of your own, it makes it a little more personal and as soon as we see your own Avatar we know who it is. Please enjoy BLF…..

At 22:51 on June 18, 2017, Andrew Cumberland said…

Welcome to the site Kim. 

 
 
 

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