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Lyndave
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Lyndave
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December 2022

Thankyou for kindly for the advice

Lyndave
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December 2022

Thankyou Mitchell, at the moment it's just an idea, l am currently looking at the pros and cons, so l am going to see costs etc as we are on a pension ...

Lyndave
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December 2022

Thankyou for that suggestion, it sounds promising, l still need to collect more milk cartons, but l will save your comment for future reference. Thank ...

Lyndave
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We came up with an idea to recycle our milk cartons. What we propose to do wash our tetra milk cartons out and cut the top end off them. Then fill the ...

Lyndave
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December 2022

Thankyou eric

Lyndave
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December 2022

Thankyou for that information Eric, l do have the garden fenced off from the dog, however l have done research on both those plants and have decided a ...

Lyndave
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December 2022

Hi Brad, yes l wanted to know so l can do a bit of research on them both

Lyndave
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Does anyone know what these 2 plants are, thankyou kindly What am l (2)

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TheHandySqirrel
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December 2022

Hi @Lyndave, this sounds very cutting edge. If I was you I’d do a small scale prototype to check how it performs over one season before I’d go for the ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 replies
December 2022

Hi @Lyndave, You've got some great ideas, and I love your enthusiasm for recycling. I'd imagine the cartons have an outer layer that is moisture imp ...

Jewelleryrescue
Kind of a Big Deal
1 reply
December 2022

Hi @Lyndave I love the concept of recycling your milk cartons the only thing is they have being designed to break down over time so your wall may cr ...

TheHandySqirrel
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December 2022

Hi @Steve5,first off, can you explain why the extension cord is lying across the lawn?If this is a permanent placement you would need to dig a trench, ...

Steve5
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2 replies
December 2022

Thanks for all the idea!

Jewelleryrescue
Kind of a Big Deal
December 2022

Hi @Steve5 Get another extension lead and go around the lawn area at need lift cable up out off the path ways use a bit of rope attached to a t ...

Jewelleryrescue
Kind of a Big Deal
3 replies
December 2022

Hi @TedBear Thank you for raising that point for @Steve5 just in case he needs one. All new homes for a long while have had RCDs installed eithe ...

TedBear
Kind of a Big Deal
4 replies
December 2022

Further to @Jewelleryrescue 's reply, I'd suggest also plugging the cord in via a portable RCD device such ashttps://www.jaycar.com.au/single-rcd-safe ...

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Lyndave
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December 2022

Thankyou for kindly for the advice

Lyndave
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2 replies
December 2022

Thankyou Mitchell, at the moment it's just an idea, l am currently looking at the pros and cons, so l am going to see costs etc as we are on a pension ...

Lyndave
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December 2022

Thankyou for that suggestion, it sounds promising, l still need to collect more milk cartons, but l will save your comment for future reference. Thank ...

Lyndave
Building a Reputation
7 replies

We came up with an idea to recycle our milk cartons. What we propose to do wash our tetra milk cartons out and cut the top end off them. Then fill the ...

Lyndave
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2 replies
December 2022

Thankyou for that information Eric, l do have the garden fenced off from the dog, however l have done research on both those plants and have decided a ...

Lyndave
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December 2022

Here is my pumpkin patch ☺️The area with the orange tarps is going to be an expansion of the vegie garden when l have more funds

Lyndave
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I noticed very few bees around my garden. What do l do to attract more bees to my garden. I have had to manually pollinate my pumpkin , but l need bee ...

Lyndave
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December 2022

Thankyou very much mitchell

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Jewelleryrescue
Kind of a Big Deal
1 reply
December 2022

Hi @Lyndave I love the concept of recycling your milk cartons the only thing is they have being designed to break down over time so your wall may cr ...

Lyndave
Building a Reputation
6 replies

Does anyone know what these 2 plants are, thankyou kindly What am l (2)

Community Manager Jason
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May 2016

Yes @Janina_G, the same white-grey mineral used to make plaster is also a clay-breaker that can help improve heavy soils. You can buy it in bags as a ...

Neo19
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This easy raised garden bed was built using Pine sleepers and the Whites Retain-iT range. The projectHow to build a raised garden bedMore garden bed ...

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