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  • Bob Ewing
    Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 09:13:14 +1000 From: howard.petts@defence.gov.au Subject: SEC: UNCLASSIFIED:-re: pine trees Thanks for your response Bob. Apparently
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      Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 09:13:14 +1000
      From: howard.petts@...
      Subject: SEC: UNCLASSIFIED:-re: pine trees


      Thanks for your response Bob. Apparently its an
      Austrian pine (or
      European
      Black Pine). In terms of the One Straw method, how
      would you go about
      planting (chuck a few seed balls under it and wait)?
      Also, are service
      berries things like blackberries, raspberries, etc?

      greetings, this site will give you info on the service
      berry or saskatoon:
      http://www.rook.org/earl/bwca/nature/shrubs/amelanchier.html

      I am working on a site that is mostly pine and spruce
      and , among other things, will be making seedballs
      that contain hazelnut and servcice berry. Some will be
      placed under the pine, the number of seebdalls will
      depend upon the amount of ground to be covered. I use
      this site http://ww.seedballs.com for info.




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