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I have a second copy of this book in pretty good condition, slight fold and small tear on the pack cover.
It has new edition on the front and is the same as the one that I am currently studying. It wont fit in a 500gm post pack so postage will be pending if thats OK. I am willing to swap for anything of use on my small farm (maybe my chance to perhaps get a pair of 2nd hand hand shears, in good usable condition but please no musling ones).Or Maybe something for a self suff property/garden/homebrewer/baker/butcherer/you know the deal. So what would you swap for this book and perhaps postage. Im also chasing comfrey, ginger,artichoke, seeds etc.
MORE BOOKS AND STUFF TO FOLLOW AS iM HAVING A CLEAR OUT.:woohoo:
I have nothing to swap as am only starting out but I know someone is going to be very pleased to get this book!!!
Reminder to self – pull finger out and REALLY get moving on saving seed etc
No takers so far. :blink:
Im the same:( would love the book, but dont have any of what yyou are after to swap
A thought that I had, was to perhaps buy the seeds from Eden seeds (as long as they can be sent to WA) and send them directly to you, Muzzy to swap with the book.
I’d love the book, however, with studying I probably won’t have the time to read it until next summer break. There’s probably someone else here who would benefit more from the book. So I just put the above suggestion in as that’s what I’ve been going to offer for the book.
oh, I could do that:)
Hopefully that’ll work out Dianne! 🙂
I’ve got some comfrey I could dig up some roots of and I have some artichoke seeds, but they are about 3 years old. Who is the book by???
ok, slight problem, most of the plants are not avalable until spring. How about some garlic?
Its Bill Mollisons book 🙂 Tagari Publications.
from my copy.
Any other takers. I live a hot climate with min rain fall (270mm last year).
Book has been taken thanks guys. M:)
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