Archive | September, 2014
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Tyisa Nabanye – Urban Farm in Cape Town

Hello, We are a non-profit urban agriculture organisation growing food on the slopes of Signal Hill in Cape Town, seeking to improve food security, promote sustainable livelihoods and create employment for our members. Tyisa Nabanye, consisting of eight members; Mzu, Lumko, Unathi, Chuma, Lizza, Vuyo, Masi and myself, started a permaculture vegetable garden created out […]

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OFFERED: Granadilla Seedlings – Waterfall, Durban

Hi Sprig, I planted Granadilla seeds in January and February and I have more seedlings than I need. Some of them are only 4cm high, some a little bigger and they still need growing in pots for at least another 6 to 12 months. I’m in Waterfall Ext 3, Durban if anyone would like, they […]

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Mpumalanga Crisis: why is nobody listening?

OPINION: A desperate battle is raging across vast tracts of Mpumalanga between coal mining on the one hand and water preservation, food security and tourism on the other, writes Tracey Davies of the Centre for Environmental Rights. 15 September 2014 For at least the last five years scientists, academics, conservation organisations, tourism authorities and NGOs […]

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Aristida junciformis

Hi there, Does anyone know how to propagate aristida junciformis or where I can get seed from? I have patches of overgrazed land I’d like to plant up to hold the soil. Regards, Rob

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