Category Archives: WeedKiller

on why you have a problem with Monsanto

Quite simply because you formed your political opinions in the years of No-Corporate-Globalisation.. Late nighties, early noughties, when there was an enormous amount of uprising and contestation around issues of big multinationals overshadowing locally elected governments for the benefit of … Continue reading

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More on Bidens pilosa

The Facebook intervention is building up, with some plants getting more friends than other’s.. Interesting is that one in particular, Bidens pilosa (search for it on Facebook) is proving true to its vernacular name in Australia, Farmer’s friend, sticking to … Continue reading

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here it is

the map of the Self-Guided Tour of the weeds of Maundrell Park, Petersham, part of the Art in the Park: Cross Pollination, group show curated by the Makeshift duo. Here you can find a PDF version of it (better for … Continue reading

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On Dogs And The Human Need To Interfere

You are not allowed dogs in Bundanon. It may seem to your readers that Dogs is a bit of a steer away from the usual subject of your posting. You need to explain it. Need to explain a time when … Continue reading

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An introduction to Noxious Weeds

“Although native plants and animals had supported the needs of Australian Aborigines for food and clothing over thousands of years, the first European settlers found the Australian flora and fauna particularly unsuited for their purposes. There were no native plants … Continue reading

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It’s like a garden, says Lucas

yep, he says blogs are like gardens, you need to look after them, water regularly and make sure it doesn’t resolve into a wasted space! I like wasted spaces thou, usually that’s where colonising species thrive and propagate, reminding us … Continue reading

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