Abundant chilli harvest.

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April 27, 2017 · 6:40 pm

26th.

Busy morning with Grant and I going through bracken and native raspberry to weed around emerging rain forest seedlings making full use of the light dense canopy protecting them. We found red, white and pencil cedars, celery woods, bangalow palms, native tamarind, sand paper figs. Within 5 years this will be a new forest.

Rain soon forced us back down the hill where we transplanted the seedlings Grant brought me from his garden. Borage, parsley and broccoli.

 

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Walking track to 2017 work site.

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NEW arrival to the hen house.

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April 23, 2017 · 8:48 pm

Herbicide-free Winter work season begins.

Clearing the path for us workers to our 2017 herbicide free work site. 2 young red cedars blown down during the recent storms. Where water rushed down hill there are now new paths created.

Below, photos of the edges of our present work site where we slash, pull and layer lantana. We also transplant on cloudy days any red cedar seedlings growing together

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Saturday.

Busy week with the garden and water line taking most of my time. Showers too, some heavy and quick. Finally getting the spaces organized for the many seedlings I have sprouted on the verandah.

In suburban house lawns some have the mounds of soil on them from worms and ants, aerating, while others smooth and manicured.

I have often seen people spraying their lawns. In town a big display for glyphosate. Cheaper than ever.

Poisoned Coral tree ( glyphosate injections ) along side Wilson Creek.

I toured the valley and saw the erosion following the flood. Roads swept of their gravel and sprayed private roadsides piled with road debris.

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Banana and chillies.

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