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cheryl68
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I have a hit and miss relationship with growing vegetables by seed, sometimes successful most times not. I have tried so many different ways but can ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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   The wheel puts most people off. So, a method where a circle is cut out of a section of pallet.  if you get keen, great to give away. In this pictur ...

Rufaro01
Junior Contributor
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The side yard has been a labour of love but here are some progress shots. Getting close to finishing.  

mel93
Newbie
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Hi all, My partner and I have recently moved into a new home and the whole backyard is just weeds. What are the first steps to fixing this please? The ...

humblejoe
New Contributor
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Hi All, Wondering if anyone has any hints or experience to share for a novice wanting to start a hydroponic and/or aquaponic system? I have multiple ...

ventodimare
Budding Browser
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Hello! I am a newbie. I've watched DIY stackable wooden planters. My project, however, is slightly different: I want to make a planter to hang out of ...

Highgreen123
Newbie
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I'm looking for a treatment for Couch Mite, has anyone had success. in dealing with this issue. I have heard that you need a chemical for the eggs and ...

oddjobs
Budding Browser
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How do I repair a rusted out section of my ride on mower deck. I have seen advertised a product, Turbo Metal Bog, could you advise as to whether it w ...

patricial
Budding Browser
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We bought 3 raised garden bed to be located on concrete. I would like to know what kind of lining we use inside. We don't need a weed-net as there ar ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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Thought to make some things during COVID furlough days. Found some of my eldest daughters drawings while clearing out her old room after she moved o ...

robchin
Established Contributor
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Coffee grounds make a great addition to any garden and can be used in a number of ways. Using spent coffee grounds also helps reduce landfill which is ...

Soul2solyoga
New Contributor
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 HelloI have had this lime tree for two weeks. I have watered it deeply twice in the two weeks. I have a patio and it’s not very sunny so I have to us ...

Skk
Occasional Browser
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I’m a newbie to landscaping and garden makeovers and desperately need some advice. I’m upgrading an old garden bed with new Siena sleepers that sit ...

shayden06
Budding Browser
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A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

Rufaro01
Junior Contributor
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Started another planter box today. I've added some seating to it and have gone for a zen type of design. This is Part B.. nearly complete. Few more de ...

cadsman
Established Contributor
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tony1982
Junior Contributor
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Hi team Looking to build a vertical garden to grow some herbs and possibly small fruit/veg eg tomatoes. Not looking for a huge amount of produce and ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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You ever wandered through the nursery & seen pineapple plants for sale & thought "cute but naaaahhh... can't grow them..." Well... you might be surpri ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
7 replies

BeforeThe path down the side of our house needed some sprucing up to say the least. We wanted to add some shelter / storage for the bikes so we could ...

Flo54
Budding Contributor
16 replies

Does anyone know how to deter bandicoots from the garden?

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