Hi Denise. You need a colloidal silver gentrator first. I think these are sold on trademe but there are other places to buy these in nz if you just gogle for it. That is the expensive part but cheap to make once you have the gear.
Hi there Denise i know i am 3months behind in replying, ive not been well so had to take time off and get away for a while to recoupe and rest so apologies for that.
I am now on the mend and will be getting back into the flow of things again....so forgive me if i sound like im out of touch because i have been.
i would live to be apart of the ooooobyversity or ooooobycrew, when do you all meet, im in oz at the moment but returning next tuesday so hopefully im not to late to meeting you all.
Yeah I live in a tram on esplanade road. Yeah the prices are a bit vague on the site something we are fixing soon. Sorry Denise the smallest is 5.7 m diameter. But There seems to be a fair bit of interest in smaller domes. Perhaps we may look at making smaller say 3.5 m dia domes dunno.
The 5.7 = $6595 But we can always talk turkey as they say. I am also currently looking to find commissioned sales people to sell the domes perhaps you might be interested ? Thanks for the welcome Denise
Hi Denise, Sorry about the delay in getting back to you regarding the cheese. I'm not really in the market for your offerings but would be more than happy to swap for your local LETS currency. Are you a member of any. Not sure if OOOBY has a currency in it or not. Price would be around 15units per 250gms cheese and cash for postage or courier.
Jill headed to SE Asia in '89 after the Taranaki Herald closed (and Tiananmen Square forced an itinerary change) and ended up in London after that. Been there ever since and now doing alternative therapies for clients in the movie industry amongst others. Makes for interesting conversation over a wine :)
My experience is in BD/organic orcharding (avo, citrus) with a DipHort to keep me honest though presently growing an eco based online business www.HarmLessSolutions.co.nz Flick me a surname that Jill will recognise via our website contact page if you want. Cheers, Tony
Hi Denise, Another Naki person of long family links to the area :) We're on Egmont Road but I'm originally from the other end of NP. Bell Block has had a major rearrangement with the recent roading development so now is more of a quiet village than it was. You're right about the family connection and Jill is in London these days, when she's not out on location for a client. Cheers, Tony
hello again, sorry about the delayed response...hell of a week. got some quinces for you and found a couple of pheasant breasts in the freezer if you want to have a play around with them. they are kind of small but they would be a good sample and hopefully next week I should be getting a heap of birds if you wanted more. can pop over this weekend sometime if that suits
Hi Denise, looks as though you have been really busy since we were last in contact. we seem to have run out of steam with the bees. l would still love to have a hive but after going into it more there seems to be quite a bit of work involved - more than l anticipated and having to go somewhere to check it is more than l can manage at the moment. My garden is now about 3/4 bottled and is looking good. l would love to catch up some time. take care,
hiya denise-thought the whole meat area was sorely lacking, was actually a bit scared of hate mail from the raw foodists! haha...might be a little bit of organisation involved in some of the larger animals but alot of the smaller stuff is pretty easy-ever had pheasant? loving your garden by the way, looks like a little treasure trove...oh yeah, been having the same lime overload problem, persian cooking uses heaps of lime, usually associated with quince too. i made a fantastic quince, lime and cinnamon syrup that you can add to soda water instead of cola.
Me and my girlfriend live on mt eden rd so it'll be great to catch up, yell out if want quinces
Hey Denise. Great to see that you're using the Growers Market. As you can likely tell, there are things we still need to improve. In the meantime could you please ensure you use plenty of tags so that others can find your posts easily... once we have lots of posts on here.
It was good to meet you as well at the Uni.
Your page is quite remarkable and interesting. I would like to find out more as I just completed a two week PDC with Kay Baxter and Bob Corker of Koanga Seed Institute.
Perhaps you would like to have meet to exchange ideas.
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l've sent Kenny the same info that l sent you so maybe we can meet at the next beekeepers meeting. On the website it says that it is 7th Nov but as yet no more info. this is their website. http://www.aucklandbeekeepersclub.org.nz/links.html As for the hole they are having a lot of trouble with the council
Yes, l would be interested in a bee cooperative. l have talked with an Ooooby member from Hamilton who has had a top bar hive built and she also teaches about bee. l also have gone onto the auckland beekeepers site and they meet once a month at Unitec. lt seems there might be a bit involved with keeping bees as l think you have to be registered with MAF. l was also speaking to a friend last night who could be interested in offering her property as a place for a hive. They have over an acre of land in Blockhouse Bay. The friend with the hole is having problems with a council stormwater drain on her property and has lost qhite a bit of soil and plants where the water has washed things away.
thanks so much for the plants and l appreciate your generous nature. you have a wonderful garden and it was a real joy to be shown around. l gave some of the artichokes to a friend who used to have them and then lost all her plants down a hole. l dug big holes for the bananas and filled with compost so hopefully they will grow. Spent a good bit of the weekend in the garden and sowed peas, carrots, spring onions, beetroot and planted out corn, celery and beans. l've started picking strawberries and have put slug pellets in drink bottles around the strawberries as the slugs have been having a feast. Should be safe from the chooks as the bottles are hidden under the old net curtains that l have covering the plants.