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Kermit
Valued Contributor
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Keen to hear Adam's thoughts on the best way to control weeds in the garden. Is pulling them out by hand more or less effective than using a weed kill ...

Nic1979
New Contributor
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Hello, We are looking at using a hedge to soften the front of our brick house. Can anyone suggest a good plant for us? We don't want to have to be con ...

Goldy
Budding Contributor
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HelloI put buffalo pro weed n feed in my lawn in March. After that it getting worse and worse. How to get my green lawn back.

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Many lawns across the country are suffering after a long winter. Fortunately, a little care at this time of year can see the grass flourishing again i ...

TheSaltyreefer
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Been very dry this year, but the Vegie patch is doing well. I chose the Microshade Sleepers from Bunnings, look great and perfect for Garden\Kids play ...

Carol_Prime
Junior Contributor
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Carol_Prime
Junior Contributor
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Carol_Prime
Junior Contributor
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Jamespeter100
Junior Contributor
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Sheep can be heavy, so need to think about a sheep carrier. The height of the legs needs to be enough, so a trolley can slide underneath the sheep.Not ...

Carol_Prime
Junior Contributor
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Suel8308
Frequent Browser
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I would like to know the best time of year to move this shrub. Do I need to prune it back? Is there anything a need to add to the soil or feed it with ...

Jamespeter100
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Make a chair To read a book. I must be old, still use inches. About 10 metres of wood,

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