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robchin
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June

@alupton The vials were from local School/science supplies shop - about $1 each about 100mm long and 10-15mm wide. This means the piece of wood needs ...

robchin
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June

Morning @Cyrus Some good advice above. BUTHave you considered the use of TURF as opposed to seeds? It'll be a bit dearer but it does have some advanta ...

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June

Love this @alupton When I started wood turning I made a lot of small bud vases. off-cuts of wood and little glass vials from the School Science suppli ...

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June

Love this. Well done. I recently made a few sets of Molkky for friends and the oversize wooden Jenga is great fun as well.

robchin
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April

Agree qith previous comnent. Focus on back of foliage as well.

robchin
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November

Hi PPP.I love growing Tomatoes. One of the questions I always ask is - do my problems really matter? If I have a few holes in the leaves (where some i ...

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October

Hi @ppp. Sorry for the lateness of this.Noelle is spot on with her comments.I would also note that there appears to be a lot of Oxalis weed underneat ...

robchin
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October

Morning all. Assuming the Bin is a standard pallet size (about 1.2m square and .9m high) - you will need 3m builders plastic - if it is 3m or more wid ...

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Madmoggy
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June

Thanks Robchin I’d never heard of Molkky until I saw your reply. Must see if I can knock one up for the kids Madmoggy

alupton
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Hi Everyone. Here's my very first lathe project. I wanted to make a special bud vase for my wife. I used my Ryobi 350W 970mm wood lathe and the two ch ...

woodenwookie
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It's taken me a while to post this no thanks to last week being a heavy week at work. I had made this for my brother in law's baby but it never m ...

Community Manager Jason
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February 2019

@Noelle I just heard that you received an Order of Australia Medal last month. Let me extend a huge congratulations on behalf of the Workshop commun ...

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robchin
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June

@alupton The vials were from local School/science supplies shop - about $1 each about 100mm long and 10-15mm wide. This means the piece of wood needs ...

robchin
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June

Morning @Cyrus Some good advice above. BUTHave you considered the use of TURF as opposed to seeds? It'll be a bit dearer but it does have some advanta ...

robchin
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June

Love this @alupton When I started wood turning I made a lot of small bud vases. off-cuts of wood and little glass vials from the School Science suppli ...

robchin
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1 reply
June

Love this. Well done. I recently made a few sets of Molkky for friends and the oversize wooden Jenga is great fun as well.

robchin
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April

Agree qith previous comnent. Focus on back of foliage as well.

robchin
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November

Hi PPP.I love growing Tomatoes. One of the questions I always ask is - do my problems really matter? If I have a few holes in the leaves (where some i ...

robchin
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October

Hi @ppp. Sorry for the lateness of this.Noelle is spot on with her comments.I would also note that there appears to be a lot of Oxalis weed underneat ...

robchin
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October

Morning all. Assuming the Bin is a standard pallet size (about 1.2m square and .9m high) - you will need 3m builders plastic - if it is 3m or more wid ...

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