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Anita left a comment for Anthony Melling
"Thanks for your reply Anthony and I will check out Kaiwaka organics on my next trip to Auckland for the organic expo in a weeks time.  If I have no joy, I will get back to you if thats okay. Anita"
Jun 22, 2013
Anthony Melling left a comment for Anita
"myoga ginger ? It's not hard to grow but may be a little harder to source. I can probably dig some up for you if nowhere closer to home has it. Have you tried Kaiwaka Organics?"
Jun 21, 2013
Josh Wooler left a comment for Anita
"How about an organic produce shop don't know if there is a convenient one in northland? There is a shop in Grey Lyn in Auckland that sells New Zealand grown organic ginger if there is a shop up there I'm sure they would sell it, but…"
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Anita left a comment for Josh Wooler
"Thanks Josh for the prompt reply.  I am aware of being able to grow the stuff from the supermarket but am thinking this has most likely been treated with an inhibiter before exporting from China so, whilst it may grow, the untreated and fresh…"
Jun 21, 2013
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"Hey anita, I got an email from you asking about ginger rhizomes, Maybe you already know this but don't want to spend the money but you can just cut the shoots off a ginger rhizome you buy in the super market just wait for the rhizome to begin…"
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Established in 1999 we are working to keep a living network of seeds that do well in Southern New Zealand.  We hold seed saving courses twice a year.We really need more seed savers in Southern NZ.See More
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Totara North
I am a...
Gardener
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Food from my garden
Food Growing Skill Level
Confident
Experience and Qualifications
Lots of years in the garden, Food Forest
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Buying Local Food, Bartering Local Food, Community Gardens, Learning, Preserving, Helping Others
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
Casimaroa, Joboticaba, Figs, Jeruselum Artichokes, Persimmon, Guavas, Avocado, Artichokes, Pears, Grapefruit, Peaches, Plums, Nectarines, Bananas, Feijoas, Apples, Tamarillo, Babaco, Blueberries, Oranges, Raspberries, Passionfruit, Ugni, Maccadamia, Citrus, Cherimoya.

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At 11:09pm on June 21, 2013, Anthony Melling said…
myoga ginger ? It's not hard to grow but may be a little harder to source. I can probably dig some up for you if nowhere closer to home has it. Have you tried Kaiwaka Organics?
At 4:23pm on June 21, 2013, Josh Wooler said…

How about an organic produce shop don't know if there is a convenient one in northland? There is a shop in Grey Lyn in Auckland that sells New Zealand grown organic ginger if there is a shop up there I'm sure they would sell it, but I'm growing thai ginger and new Zealand ginger at the moment the thai ginger is doing better than the NZ stuff if you leave it sitting it usually grows a little bud you can cut off and plant. I could potentially buy and post you a New Zealand rhizome if you are having trouble sourcing it.

At 3:24pm on June 21, 2013, Josh Wooler said…

Hey anita, I got an email from you asking about ginger rhizomes, Maybe you already know this but don't want to spend the money but you can just cut the shoots off a ginger rhizome you buy in the super market just wait for the rhizome to begin to bud, and it begins to grow little green shoots then you can just cut them off and plant them simple as that I has some growing nicely in the garden a few years back until something came and uprooted them, I just planted some more the other day hopefully they take root but we'll see. 

At 6:03pm on February 4, 2009, James Samuel said…
That's a good range of vege and fruit trees you have going there. Welcome to Ooooby - This site was setup in mid December 2008, so you can see Ooooby is very young, in fact (s)he is just a baby, so be gentle and know that (s)he has a lot of growing to do, will need your support along with lots of nurturing in order to grow up and become a fully fledged and valuable member of our global community.
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