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Old 02-19-2018, 07:38 PM   #7021
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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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Old 02-27-2018, 11:31 AM   #7023
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Kevin here. What do aussies think of global warming? Do they think it is a real thing or just some fantasy coooked up by the media. In America everyone is going nuts over this. Many people think this is why our winters are so much colder and snowier than in past years and why our summers are getting cooler.

I myself think it is nonsense. I have read many articles about this and have seen that in the past there have been decades where certain parts of the U.S. have had very cold and snowy winters and cooler summers. The earth itself has alternating periods of cooling and warming that lasts for about 100,000 years at a time. The last cooling period is what was known as "The Ice Age"

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What do aussies think of global warming?
No different to the rest of the world.
Differing opinions across the board.

It's real,
It's not real,
It's exaggerated,
It's a Communist Conspiracy,
It's a natural cycle,
It's blah blah blah
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No different to the rest of the world.
Differing opinions across the board.

It's real,
It's not real,
It's exaggerated,
It's a Communist Conspiracy,
It's a natural cycle,
It's blah blah blah
Did you leave out "Blimey, it's hot today?"
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Did you leave out "Blimey, it's hot today?"
OK It was a mild to warm 31 C right now
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Kevin here. What do aussies think of global warming?
It's real, and clearly the fault of the Americans, European, and Chinese.
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There may be debate about "global warming", but there is no doubt about the "hole" in the ozone layer which affects antipodeans.
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There may be debate about "global warming", but there is no doubt about the "hole" in the ozone layer which affects antipodeans.
Yes, it makes them better at cricket than us.
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it makes them better at cricket than us.
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