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Bunya

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Mauricia Turner starts with ...
My tree is 30yrs old and I am just now really learning about it. This year it produced cones and from the descriptions read, it is female. Doesn't the Bunya need male & female to produce cones? It has never been around other Bunyas;how did this happen?
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Mauricia Turner
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18th July 2009 6:57am
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Sebastian says...
Usually conifers produce pollen as well as female receptors, but yes you can get better crops with two trees. Every third year is normally a bumper season.
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David says...
Went for a drive around Fairfield today to survey the damage. Lots of old trees down and came across these beauties. Don't know if they will ripen but couldn't resist,and they were gratis, even better.
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VF says...
Nice, but a bit of a worry that these lethal missiles are found in suburbia.
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MaryT1 says...
There's a tree near Pennant Hills Station in Sydney. Once my friend saw the split cones on the ground and started collecting the nuts. He soon drew a crowd and competitors when people realised that they are edible.:)
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The ones at the gardens have started dropping too. Not sure if they were storm victims though as they looked a bit scrawny. Those look pretty good David. Cant wait to have bunya and syrup mash! Just remember to keep up your prune intake as bunya can slow your insides right down if you over indulge ;)
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sternus1 says...
I'm down for that mash recipe if you've got a link or the knowhow.
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