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A digging duchess

A digging duchess

Here’s a tree planting moment that’s a bit unusual – a celebrity Duchess on the end of spade helping plant a New Zealand Kōwhai tree.

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Synergy 48: We're celebrating

Synergy 48: We're celebrating

Twenty-five years ago, TerraCottem didn’t exist. Dr Willem Van Cotthem at the University of Ghent was poised to discover TerraCottem’s base model: the fore-runner of a soil conditioner that’s made a success of projects around the world ever since.

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Olive Trees Survive Spanish Heath

In 2016 the owner of El Cadoso, an estate 16 kilometres from Seville, the capital of Andalusia, in Spain decided to capitalise on his land with a super intensive olive plantation.  He opted for the Arbequina variety to obtain a higher yield and production of extra virgin olive oil.    
 
The first five hectares were planted in July

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It’s worth asking…

It’s worth asking…

It was a random question, asked over a quiet beer. But Nick Patterson from LGS has a good gut instinct because he spotted the potential. That’s the short story of how TerraCottem arrived in New Zealand. Here’s the longer version…

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Relaxing Calm In Busy City

Relaxing Calm In Busy City

The Commonwealth Park on the island of Gibraltar includes a publicly accessible grassed area of 4,000 square metres – a landscape first for the country – on which local people can relax, just as they do in parks and public gardens throughout the world. Flanked by the city walls with a range of water features it offers an oasis of calm from a hectic and busy city.

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Big Waves = Brilliant Makeover

Big Waves = Brilliant Makeover

Synergy #47 is out now...

Check out TerraCottem Australia's latest Synergy on a fantastic park build in Kingscliff. A beautiful spot on the far north coast of NSW. Pure sand profiles are no match for TerraCottem...

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