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Grants for gorse control work

The Victorian Gorse Taskforce (VGT) with the support of the Department of Environment and Primary Industries, is seeking project proposals from community-based organisations, such as Landcare groups and networks, for the VGT’s 2014/2015 Small Grants Program, which can provide up to $5,000 (ex GST) for community-led gorse projects.

Funding Opportunities & Environmental Markets

Week 9: Weed free carrots

This week in the pack we expect to have:

edible podded peas; 2 bunches of carrots; salad mix; basil; zucchini; a choice of parsley, dill or cilantro; cucumbers; green onions or radishes; strawberries. 373 more words

Produce Pack

Weed control for vegetable crops

Good weed control leads to stronger plants, higher crop yields and higher farm profits. “Effective weed control starts with proper identification,” said Dr. Richard Bonanno, UMass Extension and GAP Educator, at a recent pesticide-training workshop held in Warwick, RI. 75 more words

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10 Organic & Pet Friendly Weed Killer Ideas For A Healing Garden

By Breast Cancer Yoga Staff.

You and your pets are as much a part of your life as your healing garden for breast cancer recovery and you want to make sure that you both can enjoy a healthy garden. 520 more words

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Art and weed control

The Friends of Iramoo are taking an interesting approach to weed control, visit their site and your creative side may be inspired.

Ideas & Info

Using Carpets on Allotments

Some gardeners use carpet as a weed suppressant on their allotments. This is a practice that causes much discussion. Some allotment associations and councils directly controlling their allotments have banned the use of carpets altogether on their sites. 357 more words

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It's Painful to Watch

Bull thistles can be a problem in the pasture.  They’re quite invasive and hard to get rid of.  Lucky for me, Myson likes to help get rid of them. 16 more words

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