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From all modes of media we hear of the devastation to our forests, our reef, our wildlife and our air quality. These all impact our health and more importantly the health of future generations. As gardeners we play a major role in improving and enhancing biodiversity and the air we breathe. I believe we also are more active in
fighting for our environment due to our close relationship we have with it.

Issue 41 has taken much longer to get to print for various reasons but we hope you enjoy it. On behalf of the team I wish to thank everyone for all your wonderful words of encouragement and your addictive gardening habit.

Paul Plant Editor of subTropical Gardening magazine

This issue is again packed with information. The range of topics specific to the tropics, subtropics and warm temperate climates is virtually limitless.

Looking ahead, we are forging on with internet app versions of the magazine, ebook PDF formats and networking with other international information
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