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TerraCottem addresses some of the world’s biggest issues such as lack of water, hunger and deforestation.  With just 20 grammes and a single application in the plant’s lifespan, TerraCottem helps the plant to settle in, grow faster and survive, often in very harsh conditions, such as sandy soils, reclaimed land, soil with high salt content, areas with little rainfall or difficult access for watering.  TerraCottem is a technical product for the present day and the future...

Big, well-built green spaces

Big, well-built green spaces

01/06/2017 - 00:00

In Googong, a new cluster of neighbourhoods set just south of Queanbeyan with a total of 6,000 homes to be constructed, plans are to fit these within a generous landscape of 12 sports fields, 18 playgrounds, 27 parks and a 56-hectare conservation area.

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TerraCottem Workshop with Western Downs Regional Council

TerraCottem Workshop with Western Downs Regional Council

27/04/2017 - 00:00

On Tuesday 4th April 2017, TerraCottem Australasia hosted a workshop and practical demonstration for Western Downs Regional Council who have never used TerraCottem.

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Surviving the Drought

Surviving the Drought

10/04/2017 - 00:00

New World Associates, Landscape Architects recently posted this article on their "Bloemhof Electricity Headquarters project" in Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa.

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On a hill with a view

On a hill with a view

10/04/2017 - 00:00

This story is about Ocean Gardens (Perth, Australia), a retirement village sitting on a sandy hill with glorious views to the sea, and how they’ve been encouraged to thrive in what is a deceptively tricky location.

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A cyclone and a community

A cyclone and a community

02/03/2017 - 00:00

Our friends from TerraCottem Australia are sharing this mind-blowing case-study about what happened after the category 5 cyclone Marcia hit the Shire of Livingstone in Queensland.

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"A visitor to a garden sees the successes, usually. The gardener remembers mistakes and losses, some for a long time, and imagines the garden in a year, and in an unimaginable future."

- W.S. Merwin

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