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Old 02-19-2018, 01:17 PM   #7041
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I have just been reading, that unlike in America, Australia has no native cactus plants.
I wouldn't have a fucking clue but come to think of it the few times I've been to our deserts I don't think I recall seeing them either way if they're not native here you wouldn't go noticing stuff that ain't there
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Cactus Country
They probably have lots of little pricks. Bar the likes of BJ, TA, KR &, um... a select few others, how un-Australian that would be.
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They probably have lots of little pricks. Bar the likes of BJ, TA, KR &, um... a select few others, how un-Australian that would be.
Many of the cactus plants in Cactus Country are almost 25 feet high. The park has a representative number of real cactus plants that an American wandering the deserts of the U.S would see. Here are some photos of the park I got from the internet. As you can see there are small trails that take visitors to the various plots of different kinds of cacti:




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I don't know but I was told Queensland had a big problem with 'Prickly Pear', some time ago.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prickl...s_in_Australia

I just noticed on another link that it's another introduced pest.
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I don't know but I was told Queensland had a big problem with 'Prickly Pear', some time ago.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prickl...s_in_Australia

I just noticed on another link that it's another introduced pest.
They eat the damn stuff in Israel! during the first 6 months of my UNTSO posting I lived in Tiberias and the local market would have several stalls selling prickly pear fruit...and even the bloody fruit has spines on it!
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I don't know but I was told Queensland had a big problem with 'Prickly Pear', some time ago.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prickl...s_in_Australia

I just noticed on another link that it's another introduced pest.
That's right. My father remembered in the early 1930s when the infestation was near its peak, about 60 million acres in Qld and NSW.

The Cactoblastis moth was brought in almost as a last desperate measure, and they were introduced to the pear on the property his father was managing. The pear was devastated, almost overnight.

On our farm there are small pockets of the stuff, and that is encouraged to support the Cactoblastis population. If you cut the pear open you will invariably find the larvae inside.

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