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caltrope time
lacto
24/11/2010
5:58:49 PM
bit early this year but the caltrope is booming just found a big patch of hoppers as well . Too much to hope they'll polish of the caltrope though . So I be switching from spraying insecticides to weeds and back again . triple rinse required each time and the only insecticided readily available has a long withholding , gov bought up all the available fungus spray . Might try wok frying some locusts or maybe choc dip them , very good source of protein and fat supposedly
Samuel
25/11/2010
8:38:23 AM
You could try pickling or dehydrating. That way if you aquire a taste for them you will
have plenty to tie you over the next winter. And with dehydrating there is always the smoothie option aswell.

Eduardo Slabofvic
25/11/2010
9:00:31 AM
On 24/11/2010 lacto wrote:
>the caltrope is booming

Where?
lacto
26/11/2010
8:56:05 AM
caltrope allover the footpaths roadsides in shepparton and tatura and I have a huge problem in my yard around the sheds
lacto
7/01/2016
4:22:54 PM
summer storms around Shepparton area have caltrope growing prolifically again , if storms around Arapiles would pay to keep an eye open for new growth

Eduardo Slabofvic
7/01/2016
6:51:59 PM
I had a look at some of the regular trouble spots and didn't see anything, but for sure, it's caltrop time.

We only got about 10mm all up though

Eduardo Slabofvic
22/01/2016
12:22:47 PM
More rain today, and this time a bit of humidity as well. Definitely caltrop time.

Take care when picking them though, as there appears to be a growing number of latent ass bandits lurking in the vicinity

gnaguts
25/01/2016
8:00:53 AM
Yeh 4 sure. 10 mm all up just isnt enouf.

Once Uv collected an bagged them, take them 2 the repository in Nati (the house on stilts), opposite the hydroponic dojos, where Ed will gladly have them.
Knock on his door anytime day or nite an Ul B warmly received.

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