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The Samoan Experience
Three days in Tafua
EcoTour Samoa
The Samoan Election
Pruning the Mangoes
Climbing Mt SiliSili
Fourth week in Samoa

Samoan Observer Articles:

Why is there no fruit on my mango?
Want more mangoes next year?
Green oranges or orange oranges?
In search of a Samoan Orange
The Hardest Cut
Rambutan - hairy thing from the forest
Rambutan revisited
Abiu - the emporer's golden fruit
Avocado - fruit or vegetable?
Carambola - star of the rainforest
Durian - the extreme tropical fruit
Rollinia - lemon meringue pies growing in the garden
Sex and the single pawpaw
Soursop - a taste sensation
The mulch story
Do it yourself pest control
The joys of soapy water!
The hungry fruit tree
Positive insects

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The Samoan Experience - Observations, Reflections and Conclusions by Digby Gotts about his twelve months working in Samoa as a horticultural consultant for the UN. This article was published in 'The Exotics' - Rare Fruit Council Australia Magazine

Three days in Tafua - Alison records here experience of three days living with a Samoan family in the village of Tafua, on the island of Savaii, June 2000

EcoTour Samoa - Alison spends 7 days with Steve Brown on a 7 day tour through the backblocks of Samoa.

The Samoan Election 2000 - observations and comparisons between how elections are run in Samoa and Australia - there is more in common than you realise

Pruning the Mangoes - Digby tells the story of one of his field trips to Savaii, with his work team.

Climbing Mt SiliSili - a dramatic and funny account of how Digby climbed the highest mountain in Samoa.

Fourth Week in Samoa - Alison took leave from TAFE for 18 months to be a 'spouse' and keep Digby company while he worked in Samoa. In this article she shares some of her observations)

SAMOAN OBSERVER ARTICLES - A series of articles about growing fruit trees in Samoa, written by Digby Gotts and published in the 'Samoa Observer' between December 2000 and April 2001)

Why is there no fruit on my mango?
Want more mangoes next year?
Green oranges or orange oranges?
In search of a Samoan Orange
The Hardest Cut
Rambutan - hairy thing from the forest
Rambutan revisited
Abiu - the emporer's golden fruit
Avocado - fruit or vegetable?
Carambola - star of the rainforest
Durian - the extreme tropical fruit
Rollinia - lemon meringue pies growing in the garden
Sex and the single pawpaw
Soursop - a taste sensation
The mulch story
Do it yourself pest control
The joys of soapy water!
The hungry fruit tree
Positive insects

 

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