HARRINGTON, Henry interviewed by Lloyd Esler
Record Group — Box: 10
This interview covers Henry’s retirement to Ohai and the attractions of the area e.g. good trout fishing. It also covers his passion for saving seeds where he saves ‘anything at all’. Plus the storage of these, Maori potatoes, crop rotation and pest remedies. Henry describes carrot varieties and flavours and how to grow them.
- Esler, Lloyd (Interviewer, Person)
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- HARRINGTON, Henry
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