German migrant Klaus Hans Wulf, 32, who migrated to Tasmania seven years ago brought a lively imagination and inventiveness to Australia as his stock in trade. With hard work and the application of intelligence to his problems, he has established one of the most prosperous market gardens in the Commonwealth's island state. His ground is too porous to hold water, but by experimenting he found that waterholes lined with plastic sheeting solved an irrigation problem. Klaus Hans Wulf displays cauliflowers grown on his farm. June 1959
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