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Grub80
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Tuesday

Hi @Rach23 @thanks for the help much appreciated, may leave the best fruiting plants for next season fingers crossed 爛

Grub80
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a week ago

Hi @Kermit, I live in Aldinga Beach South Australia, about 500m for the coastline, soon real frosts here. Also all the plants are in my hoophouse so a ...

Grub80
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Hi all, I’ve had a number crop of tomatoes this year, grown in the hoop house, and now the vines are sprouting out then ends 藍. I’m considering leavin ...

Grub80
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2 weeks ago

Hi @TryingTerri, great start to your new garden. It’s very hard when you start afresh, and on a limited budget. Don’t be afraid of looking I local op ...

Grub80
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December

hi @greenelves frangipanis like very free draining soil, even sand, so make sure your soil is not heavy. Most young plants require staking so, tie it ...

Grub80
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December

Hi @crimsonqueen , your seedlings are fine. They are growing their first true leaves as all seedlings grow the first leaves called cotyledons. These a ...

Grub80
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November

Hi @Old-gal24 @the hoop house is a semi permanent structure. Please search the garden section for home made hoop house. There are a lot more photos, a ...

Grub80
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November

Hi all, I’d thought to share the home made shade hoop house, in its 2nd year of operating, and learnings and any adaptions to the structure. over wint ...

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Jamespeter100
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Pretty as a picture: To start, sneak out the back for a nice pallet, cut a 90mm diameter tube in to lengths of one metre. Install a length of irrig ...

Adam_W
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a month ago

Great work @Grub80 you've actually brought up an interesting point that isn't often discussed - the value of shade for summer veggie gardens.There are ...

Old-gal24
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a month ago

Thank you for your reply @Grub80 much appreciated. Old Gal

Old-gal24
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November

@Grub80 I know this is an old post but came across it while looking for something else. I made something similar but with frost sheeting for my garden ...

greenelves
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Hello I am not best green thumb but I have a frangipani trying to save it's been knocked over in wind a few times so stem is bent has not died yet bu ...

crimsonqueen
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Hello guys, I am having a crack at planting zucchini and above is what my seedlings look like. All my 3 seeds emerged but I'm not sure what's the ...

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 ...

mich1972
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November

Raising Bee Awareness , a Group Of Ladies had a great time creating and making their own Native Bee and Pollinator Houses for their gardens  and so ...

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Grub80
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1 reply
Tuesday

Hi @Rach23 @thanks for the help much appreciated, may leave the best fruiting plants for next season fingers crossed 爛

Grub80
Junior Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hi @TryingTerri, great start to your new garden. It’s very hard when you start afresh, and on a limited budget. Don’t be afraid of looking I local op ...

Grub80
Junior Contributor
December

hi @greenelves frangipanis like very free draining soil, even sand, so make sure your soil is not heavy. Most young plants require staking so, tie it ...

Grub80
Junior Contributor
December

Hi @crimsonqueen , your seedlings are fine. They are growing their first true leaves as all seedlings grow the first leaves called cotyledons. These a ...

Grub80
Junior Contributor
1 reply
November

Hi @Old-gal24 @the hoop house is a semi permanent structure. Please search the garden section for home made hoop house. There are a lot more photos, a ...

Grub80
Junior Contributor
November

Hi all, I’d thought to share the home made shade hoop house, in its 2nd year of operating, and learnings and any adaptions to the structure. over wint ...

Grub80
Junior Contributor
October

Hi @Rob3 . The sky’s the limit with the available tomatoes these days. What I have learned is that primarily there are two types of tomatoes- indeterm ...

Grub80
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October

Love your set up, ‘neighbours dog, but lives here ’. Love your chickens, tell us when you harvest, what weight they are 

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