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Bobbiejohnultz
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Bobbiejohnultz
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October 2016

The kangaroo type lilly plant.Most have a yellow colour.

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September 2016

Hydroponic garden.No soil but the plants grow in a fertilised water solution which nourishes the root system.

Bobbiejohnultz
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September 2016

The same for a potatoes,trim under the eye,or dimple on thre spud.Plant it under the moist soil say 20 cm and in a few weeks the potato will start to ...

Bobbiejohnultz
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September 2016

Yes the myth has been busted.After reading the life habits of earth worms you are correct.Thank you, good information. Healthy soil is good for earthw ...

Bobbiejohnultz
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September 2016

The seeds as can be seen germinating in the disused egg cartons. Makes a good planting place for the seeds and eazy to transplant.

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September 2016

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September 2016

Bobbiejohnultz
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August 2016

These mobile tables are an excellent foundation for new wood projects to be built on.Saves bending and helps to keep the project at near a good eye le ...

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Community Manager Jason
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Hi everyone, Workshop member @tetris36 has suggested a new game - name that plant. He's also supplied the first photo for the game. Can you name ...

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I was totally surprised to see no one had, let alone started a topic on, but even mentioned the word aquaponics! Well, that's fixed. So what is A ...

Andy_Mann
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May 2016

I love the concept of Aquaponics, but not gotten around to doing it. One of my favourite YouTubers, is constantly tweaking his set up, a top bloke, & ...

Dale
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May 2016

I've seen his videos actually. Quite good!The setup at the Cub hall is still going strong. It's now been a month and both the broccoli and cauliflower ...

greygardener
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May 2016

Hi @AndrewSa, you have plenty of options, including peas, beans, carrots, garlic, onions, broccoli, cauliflower and beetroot.

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Bobbiejohnultz
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September 2016

The same for a potatoes,trim under the eye,or dimple on thre spud.Plant it under the moist soil say 20 cm and in a few weeks the potato will start to ...

Bobbiejohnultz
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September 2016

Bobbiejohnultz
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July 2016

Perhaps under a tree with moderate amount of folage,morning and afternoon sun protected.Should give you say from 5 deg.winter to about 30 deg summer i ...

Bobbiejohnultz
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June 2016

Yes the myth has been busted.After reading the life habits of earth worms you are correct.Thank you, good information. Healthy soil is good for earthw ...

Bobbiejohnultz
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June 2016

I am currently germinating my own seedlings from the seeds sold at Bunnings. They are packaged in Au.from seed stocks in The U K.from imformation on p ...

Bobbiejohnultz
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May 2016

A wonderfully rewarding past time hobby with many verations.

Bobbiejohnultz
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May 2016

I have proved that they will not survive as I have placed them in the garden and in less than a week they worn't any where to be seen.

Bobbiejohnultz
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May 2016

As I understand Garden worms or Earth worm's are different from worms for compost. Compost worms don't live in soil. They, as I beleive, will only liv ...

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