I have 24 Jujube trees for sale in Hawkes Bay including grafted Li and Chico. They are 6 years old and approx 2 metres in height (fruiting). Cant be picked up till dormant.
They have been treated and spent time in quarantine when first brought into the country.
Not easy to come by in NZ and great fruiting trees.
Posted by Juls on January 16, 2019 at 12:55am
In economics, product markets are described as the final place in which goods and services are made available to the consumers. It is thus a meeting point for sellers to interact with the buyers for a given commodity or service. One such example of a product market is that of breakfast cereals. Breakfast often constitutes one of the most important meals of the day and as such, the wide variety of products available for this particular meal. The market works in a seemingly simple way where…Continue
Posted by Katina Wilson on November 27, 2017 at 10:26pm
When we first moved onto our little plot of land, we thought we were going to raise specialty vegetable and healing herbs for the local whole foods community. I was excited about gardening on a large scale. It didn't take me long to figure out that our little plot of land was completely infertile. I knew we were somewhat coastal but I never imagined how bad it could be.
We moved in just before summer. The first thing that we realized was that our rain water catchment was not…Continue
Posted by Elizabeth James on August 7, 2016 at 7:30am
There are environmental and animal rights groups constantly talking about the horrors of conventionally farmed chicken. After years of being a blind consumer, I opened my eyes and realized that there was a problem. I have approached the problem in a way that is pretty unique among my peers.
The vegans want me to give up meat. Unfortunately, I would starve. I am allergic to just about every plant based protein you can name. I also become violently ill when I eat seafood and…Continue
Posted by Elizabeth James on July 31, 2016 at 9:35am
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Quite stoked to have reached 10,000 journal downloads in over 90 countries. To celebrate this wee milestone I have been working on a new incarnation of my permaculture journals now as a more accessible web resource with case studies, images and videos accumulated over the years in developing sustainable production systems. Feel free to check it out at: www.piginthemud.com…Continue
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