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The black box sapling that didn’t get the email!

For the drought-tolerant, salt-tolerant species black box (Eucalyptus largiflorens), normally found at higher elevations and outer edges of Murray-Darling floodplains, the accepted wisdom is that young trees┬áneed to be 20-30 years old in order to produce seed. This time-span is … Continue reading

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The Relativity of Water

Everything is relative in landscapes and climatic conditions, and water is the key ingredient! In the last 4 weeks, I have experienced very different conditions, in desert country in northern South Australia, at a tropical lake in the hills of … Continue reading

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