Collected 3 more peppercorns on the weekend

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Collected 3 more peppercorns on the weekend

Postby Josh » October 1st, 2013, 9:04 pm

Was dropping my daughter of at my parents place on the weekend in Echuca so decided while I was up there I might as well collect some trees from my cousins place just up the road. Pretty happy with these ones.
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This one has some really nice curves, It has a good base too so hoping it shoots in the right places.

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This one was removed to gain better access to the first tree. No point wasting a good tree though. I'll need to give this tree some taper but it has a nice shari so worth working on.


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Will have to let them sit and recover now. I cut a few others back hard ready for next year to dig. Forward planning :tu: :tu: Thinking next time I might go for nice BIG fat trunk and see how we go with that.

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Re: Collected 3 more peppercorns on the weekend

Postby cre8ivbonsai » October 18th, 2013, 10:03 am

I like the first one! lots of movement + good taper :tu:
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Re: Collected 3 more peppercorns on the weekend

Postby Josh » October 18th, 2013, 10:54 am

cre8ivbonsai wrote:I like the first one! lots of movement + good taper :tu:


Thanks Ryan, Yeah that first one is great. That's the one I said stretched out for about 10 feet with no leaves till the very end at day light.
The big one will be good once it shoots and I plan to cut the larger trunk off which will give it taper. Just need then to survive and kick on.
This changing windy weather isn't good for them to recover in though. Will keep u posted.

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Re: Collected 3 more peppercorns on the weekend

Postby thepast321 » September 26th, 2017, 1:38 am

Hello there,
I would like to tell you that black Pepper is a rich source of minerals like manganese, copper, magnesium, calcium, phosphorous, iron, potassium, and vitamins like riboflavin, vitamin C, K and B6. Black pepper has the high content of dietary fibre and has the moderate amount of protein and carbohydrate too.
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Re: Collected 3 more peppercorns on the weekend

Postby Jdceng » September 26th, 2017, 3:56 am

Hi thepast321

Thanks for the info I'll just have some more Steak & Pepper Pies from the Additive Pie Shop at North Haven NSW, like I had for lunch yesterday.
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