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QuailFlock
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QuailFlock
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March

Amazing that you add so much organic matters! Look forward to see the next stages and what veggies you are going to put in,Thanks for sharing!

QuailFlock
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March 2019

Well done @Jason and @berg for such good crops!It has been a harsh summer with fluctuating temperature and hot dry winds! My tomatoes really suffer, n ...

QuailFlock
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May 2018

May I ask how everyone use their compost?Do you dig it into the soil? Or do you leave them on top of the soil, like mulch?

QuailFlock
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4 replies
May 2018

Half of my veggie patch is now covered by autumn leaves. They are the best mulch, deter weeds and keep the soil warm!

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
6 replies
March 2018

@aly, is that a pigface in the bathroom?https://www.anbg.gov.au/gnp/interns-2005/carpobrotus-glaucescens.html

QuailFlock
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March 2018

@berg, glad that you enjoyed the Festival. Hope you can overwinter the Manzano Orange Chilli or able to get a few seeds that you can plant them next y ...

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
March 2018

Watermelon usually does not have the groove lines... but there are so many varieties of watermelons, it's all a guessing game

QuailFlock
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March 2018

@berg, you will find Donkey in the festival. Hopefully she attends this year.

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Grub80
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April 2019

hi @kelvinw, @Neecyau sorry for lateness of my reply but been busy staining the fence before the break of season 爛. I have taken a few more photos to ...

bergs
Super Contributor
March 2019

Hello All,My garden has taken a pounding from the heat late last month while I was away in Echuca for ten days. Gee it was hot up there, (here as well ...

bergs
Super Contributor
3 replies
March 2019

Hi @Jason your plants look really healthy and are producing, well done.Well it's been a topsy turvy season in the vegie garden. Cool at the beginning ...

bergs
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April 2018

Hi @Jason, I still have enough chillis ripening for everyday use, but not enough to bottle up until next season. My son in law Has heaps of chillis on ...

bergs
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April 2018

I Have just checked my plants and they seem to be getting another flush of flowers. I think it will be too late in the season here (Geelong) to do muc ...

Community Manager Jason
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May 2018

How is everyone coping with all the autumn leaves at the moment? At our place we have too many to recycle, so some do go into the green waste bin. ...

Prof
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May 2018

I recently found an excellent repeller for mice which is all natural.and may also work on rats..I also used to have scratchings every night in my wall ...

JDE
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May 2018

I have found that the nooski rat traps from bunnings seem to work much better than conventional traps. Their design also reduces chances of catching b ...

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QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
March

Amazing that you add so much organic matters! Look forward to see the next stages and what veggies you are going to put in,Thanks for sharing!

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
March 2019

Well done @Jason and @berg for such good crops!It has been a harsh summer with fluctuating temperature and hot dry winds! My tomatoes really suffer, n ...

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
May 2018

May I ask how everyone use their compost?Do you dig it into the soil? Or do you leave them on top of the soil, like mulch?

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
4 replies
May 2018

Half of my veggie patch is now covered by autumn leaves. They are the best mulch, deter weeds and keep the soil warm!

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
6 replies
March 2018

@aly, is that a pigface in the bathroom?https://www.anbg.gov.au/gnp/interns-2005/carpobrotus-glaucescens.html

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
March 2018

@berg, glad that you enjoyed the Festival. Hope you can overwinter the Manzano Orange Chilli or able to get a few seeds that you can plant them next y ...

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
8 replies
March 2018

Wow, look at all the chillies, what a wonderful harvest.Chilli can be freeze as well if you are as lazy as me to skip the grinding Herb and Chilli Fes ...

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
January 2018

That is fantastic Jason.Unfortunately, my first crop of capsicums were wiped out by last month's golfball size hailstones. Then two of the fruits were ...

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