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QuailFlock
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May I ask how everyone use their compost?Do you dig it into the soil? Or do you leave them on top of the soil, like mulch?

QuailFlock
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Half of my veggie patch is now covered by autumn leaves. They are the best mulch, deter weeds and keep the soil warm!

QuailFlock
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@aly, is that a pigface in the bathroom?https://www.anbg.gov.au/gnp/interns-2005/carpobrotus-glaucescens.html

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@berg, glad that you enjoyed the Festival. Hope you can overwinter the Manzano Orange Chilli or able to get a few seeds that you can plant them next y ...

QuailFlock
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Watermelon usually does not have the groove lines... but there are so many varieties of watermelons, it's all a guessing game

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@berg, you will find Donkey in the festival. Hopefully she attends this year.

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Hmm... looks like an Apple Cucumber to me.But it's still a bay so it may change its look. Wait for it to mature more.Eat it when someone is in the hou ...

QuailFlock
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Wow, look at all the chillies, what a wonderful harvest.Chilli can be freeze as well if you are as lazy as me to skip the grinding Herb and Chilli Fes ...

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bergs
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Hi @Jason, I still have enough chillis ripening for everyday use, but not enough to bottle up until next season. My son in law Has heaps of chillis on ...

bergs
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I Have just checked my plants and they seem to be getting another flush of flowers. I think it will be too late in the season here (Geelong) to do muc ...

Community Manager Jason
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How is everyone coping with all the autumn leaves at the moment? At our place we have too many to recycle, so some do go into the green waste bin. ...

Prof
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I recently found an excellent repeller for mice which is all natural.and may also work on rats..I also used to have scratchings every night in my wall ...

JDE
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I have found that the nooski rat traps from bunnings seem to work much better than conventional traps. Their design also reduces chances of catching b ...

bergs
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Hi @QuailFlock there are about 9 chillies on the plant, so I will try to overwinter it. There is one that is yellow so I presume it's pretty much ripe ...

bergs
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Hi All, I attended the Herb and Chilli Festival last Saturday and what great day it was. There were plenty marquis, with the vendors ready to share th ...

Community Manager Jason
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Here's today's harvest. I now believe the skinny chillies to be cayenne peppers. Jason

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QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
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May I ask how everyone use their compost?Do you dig it into the soil? Or do you leave them on top of the soil, like mulch?

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

Half of my veggie patch is now covered by autumn leaves. They are the best mulch, deter weeds and keep the soil warm!

QuailFlock
Experienced Contributor
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@aly, is that a pigface in the bathroom?https://www.anbg.gov.au/gnp/interns-2005/carpobrotus-glaucescens.html

QuailFlock
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@berg, glad that you enjoyed the Festival. Hope you can overwinter the Manzano Orange Chilli or able to get a few seeds that you can plant them next y ...

QuailFlock
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Wow, look at all the chillies, what a wonderful harvest.Chilli can be freeze as well if you are as lazy as me to skip the grinding Herb and Chilli Fes ...

QuailFlock
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That is fantastic Jason.Unfortunately, my first crop of capsicums were wiped out by last month's golfball size hailstones. Then two of the fruits were ...

QuailFlock
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Hi Parks,Fully understand how you feel, I used to feel heartbroken when I saw my spade chop a worm into two I then asked Mr Google, and that's before ...

QuailFlock
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My capsicum plants come back with three tiny green leaves. One of them survived its second winter. Will be interesting to see if it fruits. Wish me lu ...

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