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Sugar cane/bamboo in Perth

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Jimmy starts with ...
there is adude down Baldivis way.

try googling him, he sells commercially.

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Liz says...
I've tried googling and haven't managed to find him - got any more clues? :-)
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13th May 2009 5:47pm
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Kath says...
Liz, no luck really- there is a nursery in Jandakot-the old windmill or something but too exy bamboos for me! Are you the Liz from Thornlie who wanted banana suckers? I got your text & emailed you but haven't heard back.
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13th May 2009 9:29pm
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karry says...
hi Kath

do you really have pawpaws? I am in Gosnells, how do I make contact with you?

AGRIWA won't let me bring any into the state. any help much appreciated :o)

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14th May 2009 11:57am
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Julie says...
Hi Kath, I have a smallish diameter bamboo - probably OK for staking things like toamtoes, but nothing heavier.

What did you plan to do with the bamboos? Anything in particular?

I plan to divide it up soon as it is in a pot and needs more room.
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karry says...
hi kath, thanks heaps. have sent email.
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14th May 2009 3:05pm
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Kath says...
Julie, I was after a bit fatter bamboo for a screening effect. Thanks anyway, much appreciated
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14th May 2009 3:16pm
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joe says...
Tass1 did have some sugarcane for sale the last time I went there about a month and a half ago.
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14th May 2009 4:14pm
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randey says...
hello kath, was it you who was looking for sugar cane? if so i am growing the red skin variety and it tastes beautiful. i live in east cannington.
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16th May 2009 8:44am
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randey says...
hi kath, sending you my email now. look forward to hearing from you. randey
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18th May 2009 8:30pm
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Kath says...
Hi Randey, that is my hubby's mobile no & he's at work so will get back to you tonight re the sugar cane. Thanks
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19th May 2009 10:09am
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randey says...
hi kath, sorry about not getting in touch with you again, have been away for a while. i went down your way last week . a pity i didn`t have your address cos i could have done the swap. not to worry i`ll wait until the next school holdays. bye
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Kath says...
Hi Randey, if you're down this way again send me an email rather than a message on here (as I go days without checking it) so I can give you my address. The pawpaws are still young so no rush and the pepinos are doing well. Thanks, Kath.
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13th June 2009 10:55pm
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randey says...
hi kath, i agree sometimes it can be a while between checks so yes i`ll do that. am planting some more cuttings so will sort out some of the strongest for you.
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15th June 2009 10:55pm
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Aaron says...
Hi Randey,

I saw your post as I was doing a little research on sugar cane. I would love to purchase some from you. I 'm in Gosnells.
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5th November 2012 5:23am
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hef says...
Hi Randey,

Love to come around and pick some red skin bamboo from you at east Cannigton.

Thanks,
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Julie says...
hef, check the date on Randey's post - he's probably long gone.
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30th November 2015 2:26pm
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randey says...
no. he hasn`t gone . it just smells that way. sorry folks my wife and i have gone through a rough patch healthwise. hef you are more than welcome to take some cuttings although at the moment i only have 2 mature spikes left after harvesting. the young ones should be ready to go in a couple of months into summer. cut the spikes into lengths about 50mm below the rings and leave for a week then put into a bucket of water . do not cover the cuttings with water just the rings and do not let them dry out and leave for say 3 months and you will be rewarded with new roots
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1st December 2015 10:27am
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hef says...
Hi Randey.
Glad to see you're back on forrum. And hopefully you & wife will be hail & hearty soon.

Cheers for the green-thumb advice. Whenever feasable, love to pick just a few cuttings. Guessing red-skin's must be sweeeet! :) Thanks Hefner.
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Fred15 says...
Hi Randy,
Id love to get some cuttings as well. Even just one cutting.

Thanks
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2nd December 2015 6:55am
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randey says...
no need of payment. glad to help out
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2nd December 2015 1:03pm
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DN says...
Hi Randey, can i please have your contact details. Im interested in buying harvested sugarcanes. Thank
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28th March 2017 1:45pm
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Timothy says...
Hi All,
where can I buy commercial volume or in bulk sugar cane for a business?
Thanks in advance.
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Timothy
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2nd April 2017 8:52pm
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