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Timaru
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7903
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Gardener
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Nothing yet.
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Beginner
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Selling Local Grown Food, Learning, Preserving, Seed Savers

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If your garden is lacking buzz, there are things you can do to revive pollinators, writes Steve Wratten - Professor of Ecology at Lincoln University.

If your garden is lacking buzz, there are things you can do to revive pollinators, writes Steve Wratten.

Have you seen very many bees in your garden so far this spring? Well, I haven’t. Our rosemary has been in flower more or less all winter but there have never been more than a few forlorn honey bees on it. As for bumble bees, there have been some bumbling queens buzzing around in the occasional warm spring…

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Posted on October 2, 2013 at 7:43pm — 4 Comments

Ooooby Stackable Fruit and Vegetable Crates By Creative Woodcraft

Check out these Ooooby Stackable Fruit and Vegetable Crates by creative woodcraft

These modular storage containers are very practical they can be easily stacked to save some space. They feature slatted sides that let air circulate and keep your Ooooby box…

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Posted on August 14, 2013 at 3:13pm — 3 Comments

Creative Woodcraft Supports NZ Bee Awareness Month 2013

Creative Woodcraft Supports NZ Bee Awareness Month 2013

There is currently a great deal of attention focused on the future protection of honey bees throughout New Zealand, and quite rightly so! However let us not forget about the many other equally important pollinators out there, such as bumble bee’s and the numerous species of native solitary bee’s, which provide a huge impact on the success of our fruit and vegetables gardens, increasing pollination and in turn providing us with…

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Posted on August 10, 2013 at 8:53am

Attract wildlife to your school, kindergarten or backyard?

For wildlife professionals, schools, conservation projects, farmers, builders and developers, you may like to consider introducing  products which can be used to help mitigate the effects of disturbance or loss of existing habitat. 

Source: ROSS GIBLIN/Fairfax…

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Posted on June 25, 2013 at 9:00pm

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