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Barry 51 starts with ...
I was wondering if you know where I can buy some Coastal pitpit Tok Pisin: Pitpit Scientific name: Saccharum edule
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25th June 2019 8:36am
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phil@tyalgum says...
There is another thread with a lot of pointers to who's growing it. Listed under Growing Duruka
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Original Post was last edited: 26th June 2019 9:44pm
Mike Tr says...
I used to grow it in Cairns where both red and green types are around in the Melanesian communities.It is worthwhile and easy to grow in warm climates and just looks like mini sugar cane.I don't know if its permitted.
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