Welcome to the Brisbane Organic Growers Inc. (BOGI) website where you can find details about the club, including how to JOIN the club. There is also information about organic gardening including content tailored to the Brisbane, Queensland area.

Our general meetings are held at the Peace Hall in Windsor on the first Thursday of every month except Janurary.

 


2017 BOGI MONTHLY MEETING DATES

  • 2 February
  • 2 March
  • 6 April
  • 4 May
  • 1 June
  • 6 July
  • 3 August
  • 7 September
  • 5 October - next meeting
  • 2 November
  • 7 December

GUEST SPEAKER FOR OCTOBER 2017 MEETING

We will have 6 speakers presenting information about products of interest to backyard growers.

Klever Cages – suppliers of PVC connectors (15mm to 50mm), Joiners, Snap Cross Clips, netting (polyethylene and stainless steel), cage kits, and accessories. Some items will be available at the meeting and also available online:  http://www.klevercages.com.au

GUEST SPEAKER FOR SEPTEMBER 2017 MEETING

At the September meeting (Thursday 7 September) come along for a very special evening where BOGI will host Dr Don Huber, professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University. He received B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Idaho, Ph. D. from Michigan State University and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and Industrial College of the armed Forces. He was cereal pathologist at the University of Idaho for eight years before joining the Department of Botany and Plant Pathology at Purdue University in 1971.

GUEST SPEAKER FOR AUGUST 2017 MEETING

The speaker for the August meeting will be Dylan Oliver from BioSecurity Queensland. Dylan will tell us about the role and activities of Biosecurity Queensland covering several relevant topics including:
• General plant health, pests, diseases and weeds including information about eradication and surveillance
• Weed and pest animal management
• Biosecurity news, media releases and announcements
• Information about entry conditions, restrictions and quarantine when moving plants into or within Queensland

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