DOGS could be the key to early cancer detection thanks to their incredible sense of smell.
ANIMALS are Gods Angels on earth. — Natalie Zuk
OUR little poodle cross could always pick up my husband’s diabetic infections (feet legs hands) before Dr picked them up .. our GP christened him Dr Jack. — Rose Waterson I can vouch for this personally. — Ross Naidoo
SAM Giacca doesn’t believe fruit varieties should be owned. That’s why he’s teamed up with Craig Harrison to start an old variety apple orchard.
GREAT to see, and also bring back the old varieties of grapes. Muscatel, Waltham Cross, Purple Cornichion etc. We miss their flavour, juiciness, and superb taste.
The Granite Belt was the home of these natural delicious fruits for many decades. — Angelo Pennisi
ABSOLUTELY! Top of the list is a Jonathan, followed by a Gravenstein, and a proper Delicious. Then a Granny Smith that is still on the tree when the first frost hits. AND, a decent pear of any variety that really is “this season”. Sometimes “progress” is not productive. — Helen Bain
GOOD on you Sam. We need more people like you. — Brenda Johnson
WHAT a great idea, we tried some apples at the apple and grape festival around 12 years ago.....never seen them since, they were fabulous tasting fruit — Pat Arena
OMG.... brings back memories of the beautiful gravenstein apple.... so juicy & tasty ... — Chris M Robertson
I AGREE with Angelo ,my dad grew all the best old varieties of apples and stone fruit at Ballandean. The fruit now have no flavour and they don’t keep for long, and the Ballandaen grapes were the best. Go for it guys. — Annette Young