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    Py Paddock



    Pyrethrum daisies are grown in volume in Tasmania and processed to produce a pyrethrum concentrate used in insecticides.

    http://www.botanicalresources.com/

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    Re: Py Paddock

    aah - that paddock would have a pungent aroma!
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    Re: Py Paddock

    Quote Originally Posted by redeye View Post
    aah - that paddock would have a pungent aroma!
    I don’t notice it being particularly strong. I think the poppies are stronger. Some people do get hay fever from them though. They are left to dry off before harvesting the heads and there’s plenty of dust about while they do it.

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    Re: Py Paddock

    Look at them all!
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    Re: Py Paddock

    Quote Originally Posted by gcflora View Post
    Look at them all!
    There's many fields larger than this all over the north of the state. Wouldn't mind a dollar a flower!... My wife works for the company so we probably get something.

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