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pollination and netting

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Question From: Sam in Woodgate QLD   Subject: pollination and netting   Type of Plant (if known): vegetables   Symptoms of Plant Illness (please try NOT to diagnose your problems yourself): none yet   Soil Type (e.g. sandy, clay or loam) OR Potting Mix Type: loamy   How often do you water the plant:every 2nd day unless dry   How many hours […] read more


Love At First Sight

Megg Miller’s Poultry Blog

See one and you’ll fall in love. Megg Miller says Hamburgh chickens are the hot pick for fashionable backyard poultry keepers – and they’re good layers, too.   Hamburghs are hot. They are such an engaging bird that once people see them they want them. Advice that they are quite naughty falls on deaf ears. […] read more

fake timber

Looks Like Timber!

Jim Fogarty’s Landscaping Blog

Jim Fogarty says there’s more than one way to bring the great look of timber into your garden design, and some of the easiest-care options don’t use any real timber at all.   Lots of people would agree that it’s hard to beat the look and feel of natural timber, but there are certain situations […] read more


Don’s Tips: Grow Your Own

Don's Tips

  Grow Your Own Growing vegies & herbs at home really makes sense. They taste much better and are far healthier for the family. You can also have fun at home selecting wonderful tomato colours and varieties that are not sold in supermarkets. Shop bought tomatoes are special types that last well on the shop […] read more

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