Love it. Just a pitty you cant take it up into the Adelaide Hills anymore due to new fruit laws.
Justin, heard something about that. Can you provide a link for more info?
It look like it may only apply to apples and pears. From memory the newly erected signs Ive seen dont stipulate what type of fruit. Is it enforceable?
Justin, at your second link:
“People can still take fruit into these areas but they should not put the disease-free status of the region at risk by throwing away fruit in these areas,” he said.
So take your rubbish home!
yep, the blue signs actually say not to dispose of fruit in those areas, not that you cant take it in there, still, based on previous topics posted here, sounds like not everyone takes their rubbish home with them!
A fruit fly outbreak would wipe out all the farmers that rely on toxic chemicals and leave all the organic farmers that rely on healthy trees.
Ive got a mate that grows tropical organic fruit in the fruit fly hotspot of Australia in Tropical QLD. He also grows organically in SA with no hassles. He drops a lot of coin on his farms soil health.
Durian Rider, actually about potential fire blight of apples and pears, now that these fruits can be imported in from NZ.
Never correct Harley when he gets on his soapbox, even when the assertions are demonstrably wrong...
It was still a good reminder about fruit fly and not cheat when crossing the border back into SA.
The banana saddle bag is one thing but what's going on with old Christoph Grafe's riding attire with built in bike frame?
1 banana, 2 banana, 3 banana, 4!
arent we suppose to eat 30 of these each day ?