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Not sure why I didn’t see this post originally. Sorry @Isobel. @Adam_W has given a great explanation above. I’d also recommend this article https:/ ...

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Love it! Just needs a way to keep them cool for a while.

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I went with Hass and Bacon thanks to the insightful Karen Sutherland - https://youtu.be/CrzeBlKs2s0 So far so good. ☺️

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@Krustyfundoh It's not in the ground at all actually. I used Cypress. Basically it's 4 posts down each side with the 200x50 capping and the tin tying ...

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Highly recommend aerating your compost. Check out this simple method for a quick solution http://littleveggiepatchco.com.au/blogs/news/8144159-compost ...

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There are so many options available to you @donna. Do you have a sense of what you would like to use it for? That might point you in the right directi ...

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Hi @tobiasfamily, there is actually a way to combine a garden bed and a worm farm that works wonderfully well. Check out this post over at Milkwood fo ...

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Hey @RosieW, sorry to hear your story but... it's surprisingly common.Frustrating thing is that you see seemingly neglected passionfruit performing am ...

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Hi Tim We transplanted these tomatoes on 16 October, a few weeks before we normally would, so I wanted to protect them as much as possible just in cas ...

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Haven't done it but I like this idea: Lash 8-foot bamboo poles together to form upside down “V”s, run a horizontal pole (or poles) along the tops, the ...

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timjeffries
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I went with Hass and Bacon thanks to the insightful Karen Sutherland - https://youtu.be/CrzeBlKs2s0 So far so good. ☺️

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Highly recommend aerating your compost. Check out this simple method for a quick solution http://littleveggiepatchco.com.au/blogs/news/8144159-compost ...

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There are so many options available to you @donna. Do you have a sense of what you would like to use it for? That might point you in the right directi ...

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Hi @tobiasfamily, there is actually a way to combine a garden bed and a worm farm that works wonderfully well. Check out this post over at Milkwood fo ...

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Welcome! Have you tried hand pollinating @Jasonwcgray @harvey1972? These guys know what they're talking about on this stuff.http://littleveggiepatchc ...

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Where are you based @Gemini ? It's never quite as fun in the colder months as things take longer to grow. It's certainly worth getting going though. E ...

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Hi @lvdm50, I've had this happen a few times. I stole this explanation from here. "Declining day lengthHens are sensitive to day length, and particula ...

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@QuailFlock wow 3 years! Mine are in a garden bed rather than a pot so I'm not sure how they'll go. I'll persist with them though, hopefully they'll l ...

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