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Monthly Archives: May 2010
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The Miro delicious red berries provide Kai for the Kereru during the month of Haratua. The Kereru can be spotted fattened up on the tree branches taken more effort to fly from tree to tree. Often you hear them before … Continue reading
I think for me anyhow, there are three weeds that primarily are my biggest out there. Up North we have a lot of concriea and it’s weeds like concriea that are quite invasive, so they’ll start here and you can find … Continue reading
Keeping the soil really healthy is vitally important for growing healthy Kai. Planting Lupins and broad Beans are planted to fix the nitrogen in the soil. Organic principles are practised to keep soil healthy. Knowledge about the properties of plants is essential when … Continue reading
For me, my philosophy is that I’m just really here for the seed for the future. Seeds are our future, whether we’re talking about our own DNA, our own seed bank, seeds are our future. Without seeds we haven’t got … Continue reading
When I get to rest? When I go and visit people, like I’ve just been up North so I took a whole lot of peruperu’s and going home with a whole lot of meat. That’s the other part of all … Continue reading
How do I cook them? Oh well, that’s the best bit isn’t it? Right from day one, one of the things I did before I started selling them was to ensure that I knew a bit about them. I already … Continue reading