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Macleod Vegie Swap
THIRD SATURDAY OF THE MONTH
Macleod Vegie Swap is back! People bring fruit, vegies, herbs, seeds, plants or preserves. All are welcome to join in or just come and say hello!
SATURDAY 11 JUNE 11.30am-1PM
A comprehensive workshop on the how and why of wicking beds, including detailed explanation and notes on how to put together these water-saving, high-cropping beds.
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Featuring the latest Macleod news along with a variety of gardening and growing tips, recipes and information on sustainable living.
It is now late April and Queensland Fruit Fly (QFF) is abundant, infesting raspberries, guavas and feijoas in particular. Watch out for infestations also in persimmons and tamarillos as they ripen, and later in citrus. There are three actions to take: Remove any fruit...
The fig family is a complicated one when it comes to fertilisation, choice of variety, cropping and pruning, but very easy to grow in most soil conditions and in our climate. Different types of fig There are 4 types of fig: Adriatic or common figs which are a variety...
The annual Jagajaga Volunteer Awards which were presented on 2 April to 51 recipients including six members of Sustainable Macleod. Most recipients received awards for service to Jagajaga across a number of organisations. The awards were presented by our federal...
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