frontsight: No water where I live.... problem is water corp is not detecting any problem.... now... I do live in an apartment block so other people are worrying about water to drink, I just sit back and chill.
Mar 12, 2019 21:59:56 GMT 10
Peter: Apparently an algae bloom in Perth's Swan River is a big problem. It has been advised that no fish/crustacean/molluscs from the river are to be consumed for risk of serious poisoning.
Mar 14, 2019 0:21:09 GMT 10
WolfDen: Damn, that must have happened fast. Wonder where? Read article a month ago, Maylands/Bayswater sections, where I live, were voted the best sections of the Swan River for cleanliness and quality of water.
Mar 14, 2019 9:20:49 GMT 10
frontsight: Mass shooting in NZ!
Mar 15, 2019 13:27:54 GMT 10
frontsight: Hope our NZ brothers and sisters are safe, by brothers and sisters, I meant any law abiding citizens.
Mar 15, 2019 13:30:29 GMT 10
spinifex: Sorry for the victims and their families and friends. Standby for media frenzy. Unfortunately we can't legislate psychos out of existence.
Mar 15, 2019 16:17:37 GMT 10
frostbite: I just watched the video taken by the shooter inside the mosque. Can't think of the appropriate words to describe it.
Mar 15, 2019 16:43:44 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Hi all-as per above comments-condolanses to victims & families.
Mar 15, 2019 20:54:07 GMT 10
hillbilly: and there goes their guns. byebye.
Mar 18, 2019 7:09:19 GMT 10
norseman: I've read the manifesto and viewed the footage. He was no "nutter" he knew what he was doing! Not condoning his actions but you can see why the politicians and lefties are trying to shut down any alternate discussion of this tragic event!
Mar 18, 2019 8:06:58 GMT 10
Pion: Sorry Ive been away guys...been a little busy...
Mar 18, 2019 18:48:56 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Thanks for the warning WD - hope all our WA family are safe & well prepared.
Mar 18, 2019 20:54:30 GMT 10
Peter: I don't know why they say Perth will be hit - BOM is talking about a fair way from here... although I do hope our folks in those areas are safe... www.bom.gov.au/products/IDW21033.shtml
Mar 18, 2019 21:57:01 GMT 10
I've been given a few fruit off one of these - they are like an apple crossed with a date. Left long enough they dry like a date/raisin. Very high nutrition. Very hardy tree. heaps of fruit and it ripens over a very extended season. I rate it very highly and will be trying to get my own trees by taking root suckers and scion from my friend tree. Hard to get from nurseries.
One other plant of the Ziziphus genus, Chinee apple grows well....too well....in the dry tropics and gulf in QLD. It’s a mongrel with cm curved thorns but refreshing small “apples” the size of a grape. The Chinese date seems like a more civilised version of this. I think that we could grow a lot more asian tree fruit and nut species in Australia. Daleys nursey in Kyogle has a good range of weird and wonderful fruits and nuts and i thi k they have stuff that will grow well in SA as well.