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Eric
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Thanks for all the advice. I ended up planting a Hass. The spot I put it in was a new garden bed in the highest corner of my yard (so well drained). I ...

Eric
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Thanks a lot for the advice @greygardener!

Eric
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I have a newly cleared spot in the corner of my backyard that I think would work well for an Avocoda tree, or at least my future stomach hopes it will ...

Eric
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I rarely use the catcher (just occasionally in winter) and haven't had many problems with clippings spreading around. I use a mulching mower which ma ...

Eric
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My parents decided to put slate through our entire house sometime in the late 80's. The floor sealer is the way to go to stop it flaking. We also ne ...

Eric
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The yellow strips seemed to help a lot for my little trees. I also used a scalpel and chopped off any I saw if it was still a small lump.

Eric
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@Shane - I played around with a few options because I didn't want to remove the original burned in woodgrain effect. I've ended up using this on my d ...

Eric
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Yeh, mowing the lawn is the one and only chore I can really get into. Particularly after I got a mulching mower and decided to ditch the catcher.

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ProjectPete
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Sorry it’s taken me longer than expected to get this post up. Back on the Easter long weekend I dedicated my time to a few things around the hous ...

Andy_Mann
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You're a champion ProjectPete, I haven't been here long, but you caught my eye early on in the piece as a real doer. Great to hear that Leah is so cre ...

AndrewJones
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I make youtube videos of my woodworking projects. Here is the build video of the structural pine bench seat. Hope you enjoy it! Feedback welcome (:

Moderator Deanna
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Hi All I just wanted to share pics of my new Bio Ethanol fireplace that arrived yesterday. I have it situated in my lounge room as a feature and as ...

Community Manager Jason
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This is one of my favourites at the moment and goes a long way. Crock Pot Santa Fe Chicken Ingredients: Half a kilo of chicken breast 2 x 400g can ...

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Eric
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Thanks for all the advice. I ended up planting a Hass. The spot I put it in was a new garden bed in the highest corner of my yard (so well drained). I ...

Eric
Budding Contributor

Thanks a lot for the advice @greygardener!

Eric
Budding Contributor
7 replies

I have a newly cleared spot in the corner of my backyard that I think would work well for an Avocoda tree, or at least my future stomach hopes it will ...

Eric
Budding Contributor

I rarely use the catcher (just occasionally in winter) and haven't had many problems with clippings spreading around. I use a mulching mower which ma ...

Eric
Budding Contributor

My parents decided to put slate through our entire house sometime in the late 80's. The floor sealer is the way to go to stop it flaking. We also ne ...

Eric
Budding Contributor

The yellow strips seemed to help a lot for my little trees. I also used a scalpel and chopped off any I saw if it was still a small lump.

Eric
Budding Contributor

@Shane - I played around with a few options because I didn't want to remove the original burned in woodgrain effect. I've ended up using this on my d ...

Eric
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4 replies

Yeh, mowing the lawn is the one and only chore I can really get into. Particularly after I got a mulching mower and decided to ditch the catcher.

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