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TheSaltyreefer
Junior Contributor
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Bought this great little controller for our vegie patch, programs are awesome and it works a treat.

bergs
Super Contributor
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Hi, I'm trying to over winter my Chillies. Last season they were all coming on strong when Autumn came. I thought that if I tried to keep the plants ...

bergs
Super Contributor
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Hi All,I just thought to ask what veges everyone is harvesting or sowing now.This is the time of the year you can enjoy all of your hard work and reap ...

Moderator Deanna
Moderator
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Hello Community! I'm in need of some advice. I'm a wildlife carer and I'm looking for a natural way to repel flies around the animal enclosure. I ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's finally summer, which means longer days and warmer nights. This month is the perfect time to take advantage of all your garden has to offer ...

Annette
Super Contributor
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Today we have just installed a super cheap irrigation system in our raised vegie bed using lengths of an old garden hose and a few plastic elbow and T ...

Emily
Junior Contributor
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Hi Workshoppers, hope everyone had a great long weekend!My baby Christmas tree looked great when it was sitting in the lounge room, but unfortunately ...

Monument
Budding Contributor
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I have been absent, regrettably, from here for several months after a simple trip and fall led to the discovery that the nagging pain in my hip was a ...

CathD
Super Contributor
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Love the sound of this! It's from the creator of Roomba - the robot vacuum. This one scurries around the garden and chops weeds for you. There's more ...

Jason111
New Contributor
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Hi all. I have a question about the placement of solenoids/valves. I intend to set up a 240v control station, maybe 8-10 stations. I intend to ins ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Summer is just around the corner, so now is the time to give your garden some love before the much warmer weather hits. What to Plant Now we’r ...

RosieW
Established Contributor
28 replies

I would really love to get a passionfruit going, but haven't had much success. I know they're heavy feeders so i prepared the soil thoroughly. Firs ...

Casey
Newbie
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Looking at installing a new irrigation system to cover 2 small garden beds and a small patch of lawn. Going to use our water tanks, and trying to figu ...

fiona2
Occasional Browser
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Hi All! I am a newbie to the group and love reading through posts and gathering valuable information on gardening!We moved into our new place last ye ...

TheSaltyreefer
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Starting another project lol so many on the go, but all in the fun we are doing 3 small paddocks in the back area of the property. Copper log uprights ...

Kiwifr33
Established Contributor
6 replies

So a while ago the other half may have stolen a nice rose cutting from the nursery. In her defense, it was from their garden, not from a plant that wa ...

royq
Established Contributor
13 replies

Easy little project at my brother-in-law's place a couple of weeks ago. Took about 5 hours and cost less than $100. Really makes a difference. Th ...

swanny
New Contributor
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Wanting a second opinion if there are any tree professionals out there . I have a white oak Tree about 25 ft tall that has a dozen borer holes in it. ...

pete_brig
Budding Contributor
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Was checking out @Jason's blog post of top 10 garden makeovers & was motivated to add our story. BTW, I think some of Jason's picks (e.g. @maknilsin) ...

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 ...

Goldy
Budding Contributor
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Hello I 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

With the clocks going forward and the days getting longer, summer is finally within sight. But before you rest easy, there’s plenty of work to do ...

Moderator Deanna
Moderator
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Hi Gang! I have an Australian Native Orchid that was given to me by the local council when I got my Australian Citizenship way back in 2004 Austra ...

TheSaltyreefer
Junior Contributor
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Very happy with our little growing collection of fruit tree's, very dry and hot here currently, mulching is our friend, we are currently getting ready ...