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ust like in 2014 when we had to deliver the third issue of Platteland to the printers, we are sending to print this 23rd issue you’re holding in your hands on the day that South Africa’s 26,7 million registered voters (hopefully) go to the

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Dorothée’s Permaculture Tips
Do not till the soil Garden soil is an ecosystem on its own. If you work the soil over, you disturb the balance and kill many of the invisible helpers. Even when you feed your beds with compost, do not work it in; let the worms do it for you. They al
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The Cannabis Quandary
Never is a long time, in the words of the Roxette song, but here at Platteland we truly never thought we would ever publish an article about dagga. But here it is, on page 98 of this issue – and it’s not just a story about cannabis for medicinal use,
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Who was Tesselaar?
The history of Tesselaarsdal is broadly outlined in Annalize Mouton’s fascinating book Tesselaarsdal: A Bend in the Road. The story begins with Johannes Jacobus (Jan) Tesselaar, the son of a German immigrant who, as a reward for having been a soldier