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Post Driving for Large Scale Ground Mount Solar PV Installations

19th May 2011
RBI Solar offers various foundation options for the solar mounting systems including concrete piers, driven post, screw anchors and helical piles. All these options can work well; the developers and project engineers on the project must select the foundat... Read >
Author: Steve Paul

House Re-Stumping In Brisbane & Queensland - Builders Tips

06th April 2011
House re-stumping in Queensland Throughout Brisbane a large number of houses built 30 or more years ago will have floors resting on top of wooden stumps set into the ground, the classic "Queenslander" design being a perfect example. Depending on w... Read >
Author: Scott

How to Grow Grape Vines: The Right Soil for Optimal Growth

06th December 2010
Grapes are one of the most adaptable plants. They can be grown practically anywhere in the world, and can thrive in the most extreme weather conditions. But if there's one thing a grape grower needs in order to succeed in grape growing, then it's the righ... Read >
Author: Noah Stanton

Growing Goji Berries Plants Grow Your Own Super Food

23rd November 2010
Goji Berries can grow on any kind of soil conditions. This means that you could be growing Goji Berries on light sandy soil, loamy soil, clay soil or any other soil conditions. The Goji berry plants can be grown even in draught conditions. The best thing ... Read >
Author: gojiberries

Same Wine Different Name Syrah/Shiraz

17th January 2009
Syrah is mainly a dry table wine that originated in the wineries of southeastern France. When the grapes were cultivated in Australia, the wine produced from them was called Shiraqz, which accounts for the two names for the same wine. Shiraz is also the n... Read >
Author: Allison Ryan

A Few Countries Can Claim To have The Best Coffee Beans

14th August 2008
The best cup of coffee that you will have ever tasted is a lot like the best glass of wine; it has been grown in the right place, in the right soil and has the correct conditions for its growth. Most people know that it is countries like Brazil that ... Read >
Author: Paul Easton

A great Tree: River Birch Tree

05th April 2006
River Birch Trees are easy to plant because they are fairly rugged and durable. Yet to plant or transplant them you do need to follow some basic guidelines. Two of the best types or River Birch trees are Dura Heat and Heritage River Birches. The native Ri... Read >
Author: William Hirst

Growing Great White Pine Trees

31st March 2006
White pines. Whenever I think of white pines , I remember hunting when I was a kid and standing near trees that were giants in my home town of Lambertville. Now every pine tree I plant, I can see those days in the deep woods and those grand trees and hope... Read >
Author: William Hirst

Planting Guide #18901 The Sunset Red Maple

28th March 2006
Sunset Red Maple trees are fairly easy to plant because they are fairly rugged and durable. The Sunset Red Maple is a great choice for your landscape. Yet to plant or transplant them you do need to follow some basic guidelines. These trees are similar in ... Read >
Author: William Hirst
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