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September

Hi @MircoJacobs @The soil is fine. The mould is actually part of good soil structure. It’s just that because the soil was in the bag, the soil may hav ...

Grub80
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August

Hi @MitchellMc @Dark @LisasGarden Have never grown potatoes in a tower, but from the pictures it looks that the tower will be amazing. Most importantl ...

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Hi All, Just wanted to share my favourite Fruit/Vegetables to grow in Tomatoes. I have planted a variety of Tomatoes this year, mainly purchased from ...

Grub80
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Hi all, looking for advice for using a Venturi system for fertilising/seasol my garden using the watering system. What strength solutions should I use ...

Grub80
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October 2020

Hi @MitchellMc @gpenkar , I have some beautiful trees growing in my back yard, mainly ornamental pears, both the upright and spreading form. They are ...

Grub80
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October 2020

Hi @Amar , if your backyard is surrounded by other homes, it would be wise to have some form of drainage in your backyard, especially if the ground is ...

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September 2020

Hi @Jason @, thanks for the note, just been very busy, and a huge dose of two herniated discs (moving a 50 litre pot full of wet soil), so learnt my l ...

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MircoJacobs
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Hi All and thanks for any help. Whilst planting some seedlings in my raised garden bed I came across some lumps of white fungi.Do I need to replace t ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

I like your thinking @Dark! Adding Zenith 150mm Zinc Plated Mending Plates to the outside or inside of the frames would certainly work. Our H3 ...

Chaks_DIY
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December 2020

My tomatoes amongst other herbs ! Slight crowding due to my amateur planting! Absolutely brilliant ! Mine are coming along well so far. Hoping they wo ...

rattle
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December 2020

Looking good @Grub80.  That shade house is awesome. Looking good too @Chaks_DIY. That a real shame @MitchellMc. Hopefully your plants will fight bac ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December 2020

Hi @Grub80, Unfortunately, I have not been as successful as yourself. A few weeks back I had a break out of the little green caterpillars and they ...

mich1972
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December 2020

Oh I love the shade hoop and your beautiful tomatoes !!!!!

Community Manager Jason
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November 2020

Fantastic work @rattle. Thank you so much for sharing. We'll feature your handiwork on the Project Gallery so that members can be inspired and educate ...

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Grub80
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September

Hi @MircoJacobs @The soil is fine. The mould is actually part of good soil structure. It’s just that because the soil was in the bag, the soil may hav ...

Grub80
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August

Hi @MitchellMc @Dark @LisasGarden Have never grown potatoes in a tower, but from the pictures it looks that the tower will be amazing. Most importantl ...

Grub80
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6 replies

Hi All, Just wanted to share my favourite Fruit/Vegetables to grow in Tomatoes. I have planted a variety of Tomatoes this year, mainly purchased from ...

Grub80
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October 2020

Hi @MitchellMc @gpenkar , I have some beautiful trees growing in my back yard, mainly ornamental pears, both the upright and spreading form. They are ...

Grub80
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4 replies
October 2020

Hi @Amar , if your backyard is surrounded by other homes, it would be wise to have some form of drainage in your backyard, especially if the ground is ...

Grub80
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1 reply
September 2020

Hi @Jason @, thanks for the note, just been very busy, and a huge dose of two herniated discs (moving a 50 litre pot full of wet soil), so learnt my l ...

Grub80
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April 2020

Hi @Tinyfeather60 , I too use a rolling seat in my garden, and have repurposed an old computer chair on wheels. I actually took the back rest off, and ...

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