Home & Garden: In case you missed it
In case you missed it, here's a look back at RadioLIVE's Home & Garden with Tony Murrell for March 3rd, 2018.
The changing face of beef and lamb in New Zealand
It isn’t just beef and lamb anymore. We are reaching further into variances such as breed of animal, for example; angus beef and merino lamb.
Tony Murrell and Helen Jackson find out more from Wayne Cameron.
Prices for dried fruit have risen sharply across the world. Woolworths Australia has just announced its half-year results which includes Countdown in New Zealand.
Tony Murrell and Helen Jackson find out the latest with our supermarket sleuth John Winters.
Venison deer to our hearts and stomach
Venison is one of the healthiest sustainable foods in the world, and dining on venison is one of the greatest pleasures in life.
So who is eating it, where is it mainly farmed and how has the industry changed over time? To explain, Nick Taylor, marketing manager for Deer Industry New Zealand, joined Tony Murrell.
How easy is it to grow passionfruit?
There are many problems with growing passionfruit. It is highly susceptible to disease.
Passionfruit are a subtropical plant and do not fare well with the wet, wind or cold temperatures, and growers can lose significant numbers of plants each year.
Tony Murrell talks with Isa Dyet, a passionfruit grower based in Welcome Bay, Tauranga.
How dangerous is the garden and what is the most common misadventure in the garden usually requiring urgent medical attention?
To find out, Tony Murrell talks with Dr Tom Mulholland, an emergency department doctor.
Shannon Lush: The queen of clean
Shannon Lush is an Australian best-selling author who specialises in titles that simplify tasks such as cleaning and household management.
This week Shannon gives us her best advice for removing stains.
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