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fclarke
Budding Contributor
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I bought one of the above mowers. --Best mower ever-- Have cut acres of knee high scrub and also use it around the house lawns I am wondering if the C ...

BazNaihaus
Occasional Browser
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Water runs off from my 2 neighbors into my property causing it to pool in my backyard . I am at the end of a sloping cul-de-sac . The fence has a gap ...

elizabeth1
New Contributor
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The council advised me, (quite strongly), not to attach anything to a colourbond fence. So my question is, if you only have the uprights @2m apart and ...

oldun
New Contributor
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Hello all, I'm trying to decide between battery or 2 stroke choice for a line trimmer, or even 4 stroke, as I already have the Ozito 18v system for m ...

jgregory
Newbie
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I am trying to get this machine to work. It’s plugged in, the purge has happened and no pressure and it’s on. I am out of ideas. Has anyone encountere ...

ppp
Junior Contributor
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Hi, Can anyone please guide me which cement to buy and what ratio to mix ( with water or any other substance ? ) for making pots for flower plants. ...

gns529
Budding Contributor
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Hi I have some med goldencane palms I want to keep potted, what size pot would i need for these.

Jeano
Occasional Browser
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I’m just starting off with my first veggie and herb garden and I had these little tiny grasshoppers eat my veggies. My sister put a netting over them ...

Mchlle87
Budding Browser
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Hi! My kids and I would very much love to start our own veggie patch and herb garden. While waiting for our seeds to germinate, I'd like to know what ...

ordgardener
Occasional Browser
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What is the best way to clean brush used for applying Steri-prune? Thanks

Claudeduck
New Contributor
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The internet and indeed, the Bunnings Workshop website, has plenty of stories of DIY raised garden beds. All of these look really good when they are ...

chengjianer
Budding Contributor
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recently there are a lot of caterpillars on our edible plant leaves, so i bought that spray to see if it will work. did i buy the correct one? or is t ...

hoppy68
New Contributor
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Can someone suggest the best line trimmer cord to use on the above.. Doesnt look like i can get the one that came with the device. Was looking proba ...

Sajee
Newbie
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Hi can I plant veggies and flowers after using zero weed killer on the raised bed ground

Redbomber85
Newbie
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I'm only a beginner with gardening and want to know how to successfully prune a bush/hedge without it looking hacked at. Also what are the right tools ...

mich1972
Super Contributor
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Stage One of our NO DIG Edible Garden Bed. I removed a couple of inches more of our dreadful hydrophobic sand from this bed. Cultivated the sand and ...

Johnboy
Frequent Browser
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I want to build a plinth to go under a heavy stone garden statue. I am thinking to do that by using form ply made into a box about 500 high 400x400 ...

Elly2
Budding Contributor
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I'd like to know how to use w/working tools and thought about doing a small project as a way of learning. I'd appreciate any advice about how to get s ...

jacobisaac
Budding Contributor
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I am looking to make a garden bed and have bought Sienna treated wood after understanding that this is the best bet for a veggie patch. I would like t ...

troy1
New Contributor
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Hi, I have aphids problem on my cucumber plant. I used the oil top and under the leaf. it didn't work. I would like to introduce ladybugs but how do u ...

Nham
Junior Contributor
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We have a ten year Rover lawnmower showing its age, and it didn't sound too good, so we decided to give it a makeover. After doing some research onlin ...

Aussiebuoy
Junior Contributor
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I have a Ryobi 18V 5.0Ah line trimmer and would like to purchase a steel cutting blade or steel wire brush that will cut larger weeds which the standa ...

ventodimare
Junior Contributor
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Hello, I have a balcony with plants and I'd like to buy a garden hose: I'd connect one side of the hose to the faucet of my kitchen sink & drag the pi ...

doubleaitch
Newbie
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For a number of years I have struggled to find a good commercial potting mix that does not need additional product to grow in. Below is the 'recipe' I ...