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Sunday 13th, 10-12:30 AM: RetroSuburbia Property Tour
From abandoned villa to affordable eco-home and section. This Whanganui property is the only case study outside of Australia to be included in David Holmgren’s RetroSuburiba: https://retrosuburbia.com/case-studies/eco-thrifty-retrofit-case-study/
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Our Whanganui property is the only case study outside of Australia to be included: https://retrosuburbia.com/case-studies/eco-thrifty-retrofit-case-study/
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The book: $89 NZD plus post ($8 plus $3.90 for rural address).
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It’s hot and dry already but we have not yet started irrigating the fruit trees. That could change in the coming weeks. In the meantime we’re enjoying a good fruit set in part thanks to our resident bees. These are early plums that will be ripe in about a month from now.
Additionally, we’ve got plentiful grapes, apples, pears, peaches, guavas, olives, figs, feijoas, and for the first time quince. Flowering on the avocados is massive so we are hoping for good cross pollination there.
We’ve also had excellent germination of the Black Boy peach stones. We’ve potted up over 50 and still going.
On the animal front we’re up to about 60 muscovy ducklings hatched along with 8 goat kids. One of the kunekune sows is pregnant and due in the next weeks. Chooks laying up a storm with a broody hen sitting on a dozen Wyandotte eggs.