Monthly Archives: September 2015

Diary of a Red Gum – June & July 2015

Through the cold and windy months of June and July, the red gum in our street quietly sustained itself, allowing the bud and fruit crops to develop to maturity. However, there was a steady stream of small debris raining from … Continue reading

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Healthy spring growth in mid-north does not include red gum seedlings

In September 2015 the mid-north of South Australia is a sea of green and gold, with the intense green of lush grain crops interspersed with the brilliant yellow of canola and bordered by native golden wattles and senna bushes. Streams … Continue reading

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