Gardening

Thu 11 Jun 2020

Bunnings selling ‘expensive’ item for $4

Bunnings selling ‘expensive’ item for $4

Bunnings are selling an item that usually costs as much as $200 for just $3.75 – and shoppers are very excited about the bargain find.

Tue 9 Jun 2020

Fossil enthusiast’s dreams come true with $1.59M project

Premium Content Fossil enthusiast’s dreams come true with $1.59M project

State of the art Murgon gallery and fossil museum floor plans revealed.

New SCU superhuman technology wins NASA’s approval

Premium Content New SCU superhuman technology wins NASA’s approval

NEW research has caught the attention of NASA with a technology development that could potentially heal wounds in days rather than weeks.

Thu 14 May 2020

How you can log on to free worm farm workshop

Premium Content How you can log on to free worm farm workshop

South Burnett’s green thumbs and environmentalists can learn new skills in online sessions.

Gourmet grower sows seeds of generosity

Premium Content Gourmet grower sows seeds of generosity

With nobody to sell their fresh produce to, one northern Tasmanian business decided to grow seedlings for people affected by the pandemic instead.

Fri 1 May 2020

Naked gardener fears cold snap will ruin image

Premium Content Naked gardener fears cold snap will ruin image

The sudden blast of cold weather has come at exactly the wrong time for one gardener eagerly awaiting World Naked Gardening Day.

Labyrinth unites passageways and community

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PEACE, unity and healing is needed in the world more than ever and one special event aims to provide all three.

Mon 27 Apr 2020

Business blooming after ten-year wait

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A decade in the making, Andrew Mead is just starting to reap the benefits from planting hundreds of frangipanis almost 10 years ago.

Sat 25 Apr 2020

Task you can finally get done at home

Task you can finally get done at home

Being stuck in isolation may have you flexing your green thumb but here’s what you need to know before you head out to your local garden centre.

Mon 20 Apr 2020

Residents harnessing their green thumbs in pandemic

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Business is in full blooming for this nursery as residents turn to gardening to while away hours of isolation.

Wed 15 Apr 2020

What 30 Years of Ballina Coastcare has achieved

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COASTCARING is more than just ‘gardening in the bush’ – it’s working hand-in-hand with what nature wants.

Tue 7 Apr 2020

Army found on Bundy farms

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GROWERS have been advised to apply extra caution to their crops, after an exotic pest was detected in Bundaberg.

Sat 28 Mar 2020

Freak mowing accident leaves man half-deaf

Premium Content Freak mowing accident leaves man half-deaf

‘It was almost like a popping noise inside my ear and the pain was so excruciating’

Sun 22 Mar 2020

Fresh food grown fast at home a remedy for virus blues

Premium Content Fresh food grown fast at home a remedy for virus blues

Old ways can provide positive outcomes and build mental as well as physical health during times of crisis.

Tue 3 Mar 2020

Invasion of the armyworms leaves Brisbane lawns in ruin

Premium Content Invasion of the armyworms leaves Brisbane lawns in ruin

An army of grubby pests have turned a new park on Brisbane’s northside brown, as residents are warned their lawns could be next. SEE WHICH AREAS ARE AT RISK.

Sat 29 Feb 2020

HOT TIPS: How to make pesky mosquitos buzz off

Premium Content HOT TIPS: How to make pesky mosquitos buzz off

You can make a number of changes to beat the mosquito.

Fri 28 Feb 2020

GALLERY: 80+ photos from the Cooyar Show

Premium Content GALLERY: 80+ photos from the Cooyar Show

See all the winners and grinners for this years show!

Thu 27 Feb 2020

Project promotes healthy landcare

Premium Content Project promotes healthy landcare

A MONTO woman has been selected to participate in a project that will benefit growers in the region.

Mon 24 Feb 2020

Through the lens: Photographer’s life on rural station

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AFTER working and living on a rural sheep station, a Bundaberg woman has started her own photography business.

Squatter dope farmers targetting cane paddocks

Premium Content Squatter dope farmers targetting cane paddocks

83-year-old farmer has a problem with a weed of a different kind, with dozens of marijuana plantations

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