Burke, Don
October 2009
Burke's Backyard;Oct2009, p6
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on Wollemi pine, another on how to save seeds from shop-bought vegetables, and another one by Rhonda Hetzel on supermarket savings by growing her own fruits and vegetables.


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