The Complete Burke's Backyard: The Ultimate Book of Fact Sheets
Allen & Unwin, 2005 - 1103 halaman
A collection of around 2000 of the most informative and entertaining fact sheets from Burke's Backyard. This is an enormous compendium, blooming with ideas for outdoor areas large and small. Featuring detailed projects and information such as gardening, landscaping, pet road tests and care, native flowers and fauna, international trends and astounding facts, this is a book that will appeal to both the novice and experienced gardener alike. This is an all encompassing, practical gardening and lifestyle book written for Australian conditions by an Australian outdoor guru.
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Native Wildlife at Risk
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Food Health and Nutrition
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Halaman 285 - Siegesbeck, was moved to attack it on the grounds that such loathsome harlotry as several males to the one female would never have been permitted in the vegetable kingdom by the Creator, and asked how anyone could teach without offence so licentious a method.
Halaman 592 - Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 0200...
Halaman 410 - When dried, the seed should be stored in an airtight container in a cool dry place.
Halaman 560 - ... the slope of which is as nearly as possible the same as that on which the shadow of the tree falls. Measure the height of the pole from the surface of the earth, the length of the shadow it casts, and the length of the shadow cast by the tree. The height of the tree may then be computed as follows: Multiply the length of the tree's shadow by the height of the pole, and divide the product by the length of the pole's shadow. The proportion may be expressed thus: The height, of the pole is to the...
Halaman 619 - Tozer, ME (1997) A Practical Guide to Soil Lichens and Bryophytes of Australia's Dry Country, New South Wales Department of Land and Water Conservation, Australia.
Halaman 204 - According to legend, Lakshmi rose like Aphrodite from the froth of the ocean in radiant beauty with a lotus in her hand.
Halaman 310 - It is not a moss at all, but a member of the pineapple family (Bromeliaceae), which is often found hanging on the branches of trees.
Halaman 408 - Tomatoes grow in frost-free conditions in a warm, sunny spot. In warm, frost-free zones (for example, the tropical and subtropical parts of the Northern Territory and coastal areas of north Queensland) tomatoes can be grown all year round.