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Bananas to trade

Started Feb 15 0 Replies

I have loads of delicious Dwarf Ducasse Bananas to trade.  If I already owe you something then come and get some orif you have something to trade or you have something you could trade in the…Continue

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Have you had time to do anything in your garden

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marjorie Piirainen Dec 30, 2014. 14 Replies

What a crazy time of year.  Busy with work, busy with Christmas parties and everything seems to need to be done "before Christmas".  AND HOT!!!  It has been sooo HOT!  I am so grateful for the rain…Continue

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Lyn Buffett replied to PHIL GRIFFITH-LEAKE's discussion moringa tree
"Hi Liz Can I trade something for some seeds, seedlings or cuttings?"
Tuesday
Profile IconAngie Hill, Trinette and Gabriele Duffy joined Lyn Buffett's group
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Angie Hill and Lyn Buffett are now friends
Tuesday
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Do you want to pick up your Food Connect order from Tanah Merah?

I have approached Food Connect to become one of their city cousins (collection point for food boxes). If you are interested in joining and would like to pick your box up from Tanah Merah, let me or Food Connect know. Here's to a fairer food system See More
Tuesday
Lyn Buffett replied to Lyn Buffett's discussion So you think dragon fruit plants should be treated like a cactus...think again
"It is an amazing survivor plant!!! "
Tuesday
Colin Westwood replied to Lyn Buffett's discussion So you think dragon fruit plants should be treated like a cactus...think again
"My neighbour tried to kill his old dragon fruit that grew way up into an old iron bark tree. He removed all the growth from the ground up to about 2 metres and you'd never know judging by the continued rampant growth above!"
Tuesday
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LFG Event; March Crop Swap at Boronia Heights at Boronia Heights

March 22, 2015 from 8:30am to 10:30am
March Crop Swap is at Boronia Heights, hosted by Marjorie. Probably Sunday 22nd of March.Definitely 830am sharp -1030am More details to follow when confirmed.See More
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Gabriele Duffy commented on Lyn Buffett's event 'Ipswich Plant Expo'
"great line up of speakers"
Tuesday
Gabriele Duffy commented on Lyn Buffett's event 'Ipswich Plant Expo'
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Gabriele Duffy is attending Lyn Buffett's event

Ipswich Plant Expo at Ipswich turf club

March 7, 2015 to March 8, 2015
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AHS12 Joel Salatin — Folks This Ain't Normal!

Joel Salatin delivering the keynote address at the 2nd annual Ancestral Health Symposium (AHS12). Joel is a third generation beyond organic farmer and author...
Monday
Lyn Buffett replied to Pete Vicars's discussion Poison your vegies with manure
"OK so some of the Dow herbicides that contain aminopyralid are Grazon, Milestone, stinger, hotshot, capstone and opensight."
Monday
Lyn Buffett replied to Pete Vicars's discussion Poison your vegies with manure
"Dow info on Aminopyrolid herbicides"
Monday
Lyn Buffett replied to Pete Vicars's discussion Poison your vegies with manure
"I was talking to Colin Westwood about it and he was saying that grains are the most heavily contaminated with herbicides as they are sprayed just before harvest.  This means that grain fed animals could have the most contaminated manure...so…"
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Lyn Buffett commented on Mary Perryn's event 'Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) planning meeting'
"Reminder this is on tomorrow morning if you would like to join us"
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About Me
I am a stay at home mum with a 4 year old girl, Hailey and 6 year old boy, Riley. I have always loved the idea of being partially self sufficient and so I love growing fruit and veg, and keeping chooks for eggs. I am the proud founder of Logan Food Gardeners and I am really excited about its potential to connect people who are just like me :)

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At 16:43 on November 2, 2014, Deb said…
Thanks Lyn, I look forward to learning lots from all involved.
At 9:02 on August 9, 2014, Elle Saunders said…

Hi Lyn,

Did I see you with worms for sale? An if so can I buy some please?

thanks

Elle

At 17:32 on May 11, 2014, Georgina said…

Hi Lyn, Georgie here from Jimboomba Community Garden, Just wondering how you are going with organising a team for our event. Do you want me to use your logo for the head of your bed?

At 16:22 on April 21, 2014, warren goodlet said…

Hi Lyn can you "friend me":)

At 2:15 on March 20, 2014, Chris Downes said…

Ur, "Thanks Chris" is graciously accepted. However, I wish to extend a massive heart felt thank you back to you, firstly for creating this amazing group, secondly, for overseeing it's incredible growth and thirdly, for allowing me the opportunity to be a part of it. Ur strength and drive is truly inspirational.

At 14:08 on March 13, 2014, Louise Staunton said…

http://www.mikesurbanfarm.com/  this is the link to mikes blog and under one of his recent posts there is a banner for the crop swap I was asking you  about

At 11:59 on October 10, 2013, Colin Westwood said…

Great work Lyn,

You just reminded me to go pick a large Pepino in my garden. Been feasting on Mulberries for weeks now and the local kids keep the tree clean over the front fence and my chook gets those in reach on the inside of the fence, leaving the high ones for me.

My solar powered electric trike is ready to collect, so should have it on-the-road by Saturday all being well.

Dry as I can remember and the bom news that it may stay dry till late January is a matter of some concern as I have already emptied my tanks and am using lots of town water. Just picked the last of the Thai Guava crop which has been wonderful this year and the Grumichama are starting to flower which should mean a harvest in 6 weeks or so.

At 13:43 on October 4, 2013, Kim Chiew said…

Hi Lyn,

any of the tomoato seedlings left.?  If there are any remaining, I thought of swinging by tomorrow morning(saturday) on my way to tai chi class. thanks.

At 12:07 on September 27, 2013, Deb Fazio said…

Hi Lyn,

Back again-I just had a meeting with the community coordinator and we are going to postpone the grant application until later on as it needs to be finished by 30 sept and doesn't give us enough time to work on getting committee together etc. However, we still need particulars from you about availability and cost for a later date

At 18:13 on September 26, 2013, Deb Fazio said…

Also, lyn I am interested in some tomato seedlings as my one tomato plant is rather sad looking at the moment.my number is 32712760

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Do you want to pick up your Food Connect order from Tanah Merah?

Posted on March 3, 2015 at 14:17 0 Comments

I have approached Food Connect to become one of their city cousins (collection point for food boxes). If you are interested in joining and would like to pick your box up from Tanah Merah, let me or Food Connect know. Here's to a fairer food system 

Biogas at last

Posted on February 3, 2015 at 21:01 0 Comments

After a few teething problems we have finally heated our first jug of water for a celebratory cup of tea.  Thanks Colin :)

There is excellent gas pressure and plenty of gas.  It boiled the water in no time at all.  All we need now is a shield around it to shelter it from the wind.…

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Dinner tonight

Posted on October 28, 2014 at 20:11 1 Comment

Made a yummy poached chicken dish tonight,  It was chicken breast cut into big chunks poached in water and white wine.  I also had in the sauce sliced white choko, with kafir lime leaves, spring onions, parsley and salt and pepper.  I thickened the sauce with cornflower and water.  DELISH!

Sorry vegetarians :(

What would it take for me to produce most of my own food?

Posted on September 16, 2014 at 21:43 20 Comments

My garden is abundant and supplying me with many fruits and vegies.  Every meal contains food from the garden, but I feel a bit dissatisfied at the amount we still buy from the shops.  It seems to me there are 2 things I need to address to reduce our reliance on shop bought food and increase the food provided by the garden.  These are 1) Grow a greater quantity of the foods we eat and 2) modify our eating habits to incorporate more of what we are growing in our meals.

1) Grow a…

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