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  • --- In pfaf@^$1, Griselda wrote: > However, rather cheekily, because you have included some Œbusiness¹ > information in your email, (and I think your website is absolutely > brilliant, BTW) I am writing to ask if you would like to be included on the > enewsletter list of my smallbiz network, and whether you know anyone else > who¹d like to be on it too. Generally commercial...
    Richard Morris Nov 3, 2005
  • -------- Original Message -------- Subject: PDC Resent-Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2005 09:35:11 +0100 (BST) Resent-From: R J Morris (Plants For A Future) Resent-To: Richard Morris Date: Sat, 1 Oct 2005 17:04:43 -1200 From: helpcenter Reply-To: helpcenter To: Dear Sir, It is my pleasure to introduce myself; I am Ramesh Nath Sharma from Nepal, working with non profit making...
    Richard Morris Oct 18, 2005
  • -------- Original Message -------- Subject: TURKISH MULBERRY TREE seed, the rare one, free Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 16:50:06 -0700 From: anita the astrologer To: anita My turkish Mulberry (sometimes called ITALIAN mulberry,) has so much fruit, it dried on the tree like raisins. I collected them, find they are full of seed. I am breaking berries into pieces, a seed in each piece...
    Richard Morris Oct 13, 2005
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  • -------- Original Message -------- Subject: [permaculture_uk] tree planting dates 2005-06 Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 15:55:32 +0100 (BST) From: Tomas Remiarz Reply-To: permaculture_uk@^$1 For those of you who haven't see this yet, here is a list of this winter's fun & frolics with Treesponsibility. Hope to see you out there wielding that mattock or planting spear sometime, love tomas...
    Richard Morris Oct 10, 2005
  • astobart wrote: > Hi All > Not sure if this is an appropriate query for this list but here goes - > my problem is not what to plant but locating a supply source for > particular trees and shrubs. I am planting up several acres of a > medicinal wood this autumn in Devon. The aim is to demonstrate potential > use of an ex-conifer plantation and create sustainable supplies of...
    Richard Morris Sep 30, 2005
  • Other uses of Miscanthus sinensis from http://www.pfaf.org/database/plants.php?Miscanthus+sinensis >>>>>>> Edible Uses Edible Parts: Stem. Immature flowering spike[105, 177]. No further details are given. Medicinal Uses Anticoagulant; Diuretic; Febrifuge. The juice of young stems is used to disperse poisons, dissolve blood clots, dissipate extravasated blood and remove inflammation...
    Richard Morris Sep 8, 2005
  • A dit more about the project - Rich -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: australian revegetation habitat Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 21:39:02 +1200 From: Marion Gorr To: Richard Morris References: <43116EE8.70609@^$1> Dear Richard Yes I spend a lot of time at the garden, building up the soil and encouraging a permaculture situation - the animals we have are alpacas they are...
    Richard Morris Aug 28, 2005
  • ...Original Message -------- Subject: australian revegetation habitat Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2005 20:10:15 +1200 From: Marion Gorr To: webmaster@^$1 Hello We have developed an environmental living site in the Sth West of Australia on what was a bare 7 acre cow paddock with...
    Richard Morris Aug 28, 2005
  • mitch triplett wrote: > Hello. > > 1) Are the zones listed in the "physical characteristics" US Hardiness > Zones? Yes. > 2) Is the download version the US version? The data on the downloads is a bit more upto date. There is some info on the US site which comes from third party sources which is not included in the downloads. > 3) Are all six versions of the database included in the...
    Richard Morris Aug 26, 2005
  • --- In pfaf@^$1, "ingrid glass" wrote: > Hi, > > I had an email from this group yesterday & the attachment contained a > trojan (hidden) virus. The attachment was called 'tax-.....' or '.....-tax' > I seem to remember. Our excellent anti-virus software managed to pick it up > but we still did a virus scan of all files on our computer which took hours. > > DO NOT OPEN THE ATTACHMENT...
    Richard Morris Aug 16, 2005