Tags » Broome/Kimberley

picking ...

The new plant Nursery is almost reticulated, seeds are being collected, but the smoke  and fire is not helping and keeping us away…

… lots of seed picking to do over the next three months, subject to fire of course. 18 more words


burning the Dampier Peninsula ...


Fiercely burning fires are devastating large tracts of bush surrounding Broome.  The Dampier Peninsula (20000 km2), is now almost 70% burnt, and with  strong Easterlies today, now has several fronts marching towards the coast. 68 more words


back to the bush ... station life

Station country in both Kimberley and Pilbara areas that I visit on field trips are covered in this interesting blog with guest posters from cattle station women. 102 more words


unclassified, and extremely remote, species ...

The Kimberley and adjacent regions have many remote inaccessible areas, which means that much of the flora and fauna is unclassified. Geoff Vivian reports: Remote Kimberley teeming with unclassified life. 492 more words


the tomato business from the bush ...

Bush tomatos are a strong commercial possibility for cultivation, something we will be looking at in the near future …


[...] The plant in question is the bush tomato, also known as the bush raisin, a very close relative of the more familiar tomato.

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