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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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forests, loving more CO2 …

Exposing Tasmanian Blue Gums to elevated levels of CO2 is a real boost, up to more than doubling the rate of growth, with just 300ppm extra CO2. Plant Growth Database (2 May 2016) Our latest result of plant growth responses … Continue reading

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more nuts to grow …

…This variety of Terminalia cunninghamii, ‘pindan walnut’, is much smaller than the Broome variety, but has a similar sized large kernel within. Click to enlarge:

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Terminalia cunninghamii …

Doing some work on nuts, collecting, processing, eating and growing. Hard to open, but worth it. We are investigating the commerce-ability of ‘pindan walnut’ that one day will be a major addition to the health market. Terminalia cunninghamii is found … Continue reading

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going nutty … more nuts, please

I have been planting a lot of Pindan Walnuts, Terminalia cunninghamii in Broome in recent years, a delicious almond like kernel, though difficult to open. Nuts can now be seen as a benefit to our health: Should You Eat Lots … Continue reading

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medicinal fruits … TB cure?

Gubinge – Terminalia ferdinandiana High Vitamin C containing tasty fruit, large round glabrous leaves (more pics at link) The tree, Terminalia ferdinandiana has the highest Vitamin C content of all known fruits. It is harvested from the wild near Broome … Continue reading

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