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unique indigenous food orchards on the way …

I got a mention from an interview I did on ABC Rural about our land-use future in the Tropics. Well worth a read how a new Industry will use new methods of land use we call Savannah Enrichment. The WA … Continue reading

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Savannah enriching the environment and traditional owners …

The projects I have been planning for years are now ready for implementation, after considerable research, with a plan for around 50,000 trees to start with. Funding from government and industry creates too much red tape and conditions which could … Continue reading

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the best new discovery to aid indigenous communities …

My long week of field trips last week was the culmination of years of research for a product or products, led by Queensland Food Science Researcher, Dr Yasmina Sultan-Bawa: Provide a very good income for indigenous outstations and communities with … Continue reading

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inner strength …

This is the tree of life, the next big thing. Locally called Gubinge, the Terminalia ferdinandiana is spread along coastal regions across northern Australia. It’s fruit has many life preserving properties, is exceptionally high in Vitamin C and has recently … Continue reading

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boosting indigenous employment, business and profits … Environmental Horticulture

The past 12 months have been a very intense time of planning, supervision, meetings, deals, and more, giving me a lot less time here. The result will be immense for 2016, with a lot of futures at stake, environmental rehabilitation … Continue reading

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superfood, super-medicine …

Vitamin C, now shown to have more useful medicinal properties: Vitamin C could target some common cancers Decades ago, Nobel Prize–winning chemist Linus Pauling was relegated to the fringes of medicine after championing the idea that vitamin C could combat … Continue reading

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the next ‘superfood’ … Gubinge

Our project aims have now been pushed by the local media. The basic premise behind our plant nursery in Broome is a part of the ABC item below. We are steadily working this particular species of bush fruit, locally called Gubinge, … Continue reading

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project Savannah …

Rapid progress toward implementing a Savannah enrichment program on indigenous outstations is keeping me away from the computer for long periods. A good thing, I think. Producing thousands tens of thousands of trees, helpful to indigenous incomes and culture, is … Continue reading

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forcefeeding CO2 to plants …

Increased CO2 on bio-mass … now, that’s a massive increase. Number of trials and biomass increase with 300ppm higher: Terminalia arjuna [Terminalia] 8 190.6% Terminalia chebula [Myrobalan] 8 442.5% There are about a dozen species of Terminalia in the WA … Continue reading

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fruit of life …

One of my current projects involves the cultivation of similar plant species to this, throughout indigenous local outstations. Our new nursery development is ramping up very quickly to advance progress to date. A sale of surplus seedlings is set to … Continue reading

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