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Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

Hi @diyjoe sounds like a fun project A lot of the vegetation in there is looking pretty tired & hard to tell what much of it is. Looks like they've a ...

Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

Hi @GL & welcome.If the soil is going to be 200mm or deeper then most grasses wont grow back up however... some of the more vigorous & persistent vari ...

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a month ago

Well it's been an interesting & expensive exercise @Jason and actually proves the point of knowing your conditions...We hadn't experienced a long, wet ...

Adam_W
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a month ago

Definitely thrips! As per other advice. You can spray them either with pyrethrum or something like eco-oil but... you need to cover every leaf surface ...

Adam_W
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a month ago

Agree with everyone's comments but would add... look like the leaves have also been eaten by some sort of leaf skeletoniser - a small caterpillar of s ...

Adam_W
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March

Hi @robchin I've used a lot of sugar cane mulch recently, we live in cane territory so I buy a ute load of bales straight from the farm, and have used ...

Adam_W
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February

Hi @chengjianer Another very useful one is Dipel, it's a bacteria-based product that only impacts caterpillars

Adam_W
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February

Hi @ChrisNocker Thanks for the detailed diagrams, makes things much easier.Just to sort of unpack this whole plan.- A charged line can be very effecti ...

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Sham
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Apologies for posing another thread on low level decking. I have read through number of discussions available and gathered most of the required inform ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Sham. It's wonderful to have you join us, and many thanks for your questions. Fantastic work reading thr ...

diyjoe
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Hi, Need some early thoughts please. I have a two side access property, with slopes on both ends. It currently has nothing but some rocks, shrubs and ...

GL
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3 weeks ago

I am wondering what you used stop grass growing under your garden. I am going to start a raised vegie garden on a grassed area and could you recomend ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

Many thanks for the update on your hedge @Adam_W. I'm sorry to hear about the issues, but it looks like you've got that sorted now. Great idea on the ...

funksoulbro1
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G'day DIYers. Thought I'd share with you the biggest DIY project I've ever attempted. We're basically extending our alfresco area to include an awning ...

Community Manager Jason
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a month ago

How is the hedge looking now @Adam_W? It would be fantastic to get an update as you can see by the viewcount that this has been a very popular proje ...

mich1972
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a month ago

Looking great @Adam_W !!! Love Murraya’s and Magnolias 

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Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

Hi @diyjoe sounds like a fun project A lot of the vegetation in there is looking pretty tired & hard to tell what much of it is. Looks like they've a ...

Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

Hi @GL & welcome.If the soil is going to be 200mm or deeper then most grasses wont grow back up however... some of the more vigorous & persistent vari ...

Adam_W
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1 reply
a month ago

Well it's been an interesting & expensive exercise @Jason and actually proves the point of knowing your conditions...We hadn't experienced a long, wet ...

Adam_W
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a month ago

Definitely thrips! As per other advice. You can spray them either with pyrethrum or something like eco-oil but... you need to cover every leaf surface ...

Adam_W
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a month ago

Agree with everyone's comments but would add... look like the leaves have also been eaten by some sort of leaf skeletoniser - a small caterpillar of s ...

Adam_W
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March

Hi @robchin I've used a lot of sugar cane mulch recently, we live in cane territory so I buy a ute load of bales straight from the farm, and have used ...

Adam_W
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February

Hi @chengjianer Another very useful one is Dipel, it's a bacteria-based product that only impacts caterpillars

Adam_W
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2 replies
February

Hi @ChrisNocker Thanks for the detailed diagrams, makes things much easier.Just to sort of unpack this whole plan.- A charged line can be very effecti ...

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