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  1. Joan Denoo

    Recommend Test chickens' preference cage or free range

    Test: Do chickens prefer cages or free range? When given a choice, do chickens choose to stay in cages or to go outside a chicken yard into a free range situation? The chickens will give you the...
    Test: Do chickens prefer cages or free range? When given a choice, do chickens choose to stay in cages or to go outside a chicken yard into a free range situation? The chickens will give you the answer.
    Test: Do chickens prefer cages or free range? When given a choice, do chickens choose to stay in cages or to go outside a chicken yard into a free range situation? The chickens will give you the answer.
    Test: Do chickens prefer cages or free range? When given a choice, do chickens choose to stay in cages or to go outside a chicken yard into a free range situation? The chickens will give you the...
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  2. DTK

    My vegetable cage

    Way to go Mathew , that knowledge will be useful when you get older cheers Raymondo
    Way to go Mathew , that knowledge will be useful when you get older cheers Raymondo
    Way to go Mathew , that knowledge will be useful when you get older cheers Raymondo
    Way to go Mathew , that knowledge will be useful when you get older cheers Raymondo
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  3. Raymondo

    Garden visits

    Well I guess that's Melbourne or should we just say cities , out in the country I have always found folks to be friendly and accomodating , all types of communities can have their odd ones but do...
    Well I guess that's Melbourne or should we just say cities , out in the country I have always found folks to be friendly and accomodating , all types of communities can have their odd ones but do we have to live our life looking over our shoulder for them , I tend to feel generosity will attract...
    Well I guess that's Melbourne or should we just say cities , out in the country I have always found folks to be friendly and accomodating , all types of communities can have their odd ones but do we have to live our life looking over our shoulder...
    Well I guess that's Melbourne or should we just say cities , out in the country I have always found folks to be friendly and accomodating , all types of communities can have their odd ones but do...
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  4. Letsgokate

    I’m back

    Sorry to hear of your husband's health issues but glad to read he is improving. Like others have said, your garden looks great, all things considered!
    Sorry to hear of your husband's health issues but glad to read he is improving. Like others have said, your garden looks great, all things considered!
    Sorry to hear of your husband's health issues but glad to read he is improving. Like others have said, your garden looks great, all things considered!
    Sorry to hear of your husband's health issues but glad to read he is improving. Like others have said, your garden looks great, all things considered!

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  5. PestoMuncher

    New to Australia, gardening, and this forum!

    Thanks for the advice! I was planning to hand pollinate anyway because I'd like to try making some hybrids and want to know which flower has been pollinated with which pollen, so I'll get some...
    Thanks for the advice! I was planning to hand pollinate anyway because I'd like to try making some hybrids and want to know which flower has been pollinated with which pollen, so I'll get some netting. :) Thanks DTK for your advice also. I couldn't bring myself to kill the caterpillar I found so...
    Thanks for the advice! I was planning to hand pollinate anyway because I'd like to try making some hybrids and want to know which flower has been pollinated with which pollen, so I'll get some netting. :) Thanks DTK for your advice also. I...
    Thanks for the advice! I was planning to hand pollinate anyway because I'd like to try making some hybrids and want to know which flower has been pollinated with which pollen, so I'll get some...
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  6. The Rubber Kitty

    Question Help identifying plnat

    15735002939228553601853802423922 by The Rubber Kitty posted Nov 12, 2019 at 5:22 AM I planted this and i can't remember what it is ... at least i think i planted it deliberately. Can any one...
    15735002939228553601853802423922 by The Rubber Kitty posted Nov 12, 2019 at 5:22 AM I planted this and i can't remember what it is ... at least i think i planted it deliberately. Can any one help me? thank you!
    15735002939228553601853802423922 by The Rubber Kitty posted Nov 12, 2019 at 5:22 AM I planted this and i can't remember what it is ... at least i think i planted it deliberately. Can any one help me? thank you!
    15735002939228553601853802423922 by The Rubber Kitty posted Nov 12, 2019 at 5:22 AM I planted this and i can't remember what it is ... at least i think i planted it deliberately. Can any one...
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  7. Wedgetail

    The pumpkin patch

    Actually wedgetail, its a double bugger, because in dry years I usually use pumpkins to supplement the horse's feed. But haven't produced a single pumpkin in over a year. And the few I grew last...
    Actually wedgetail, its a double bugger, because in dry years I usually use pumpkins to supplement the horse's feed. But haven't produced a single pumpkin in over a year. And the few I grew last year were eaten at half grown by bush rats anyway.
    Actually wedgetail, its a double bugger, because in dry years I usually use pumpkins to supplement the horse's feed. But haven't produced a single pumpkin in over a year. And the few I grew last year were eaten at half grown by bush rats anyway.
    Actually wedgetail, its a double bugger, because in dry years I usually use pumpkins to supplement the horse's feed. But haven't produced a single pumpkin in over a year. And the few I grew last...

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  8. Letsgokate

    Dutch Buckets - Hydroponics

    Wow I think you must have done just about every variant of veggie gardening there is :D We were given a hydroponics setup 30 years ago but wasn’t interested at the time, young kids and all. But...
    Wow I think you must have done just about every variant of veggie gardening there is :D We were given a hydroponics setup 30 years ago but wasn’t interested at the time, young kids and all. But always found it fascinating. Bit over shoveling dirt, not the arms but the back feels it, as we all...
    Wow I think you must have done just about every variant of veggie gardening there is :D We were given a hydroponics setup 30 years ago but wasn’t interested at the time, young kids and all. But always found it fascinating. Bit over shoveling...
    Wow I think you must have done just about every variant of veggie gardening there is :D We were given a hydroponics setup 30 years ago but wasn’t interested at the time, young kids and all. But...
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  9. Letsgokate

    Carrot snake

    Clissat what a pain, I really can sympathise. I have a high bed that I can drop a fruit fly net down and the rats have chewed through that several times. I have enclosed my fruit trees it’s a big...
    Clissat what a pain, I really can sympathise. I have a high bed that I can drop a fruit fly net down and the rats have chewed through that several times. I have enclosed my fruit trees it’s a big area covered with shade cloth and the rats have chewed through that in like 8 places that I now...
    Clissat what a pain, I really can sympathise. I have a high bed that I can drop a fruit fly net down and the rats have chewed through that several times. I have enclosed my fruit trees it’s a big area covered with shade cloth and the rats have...
    Clissat what a pain, I really can sympathise. I have a high bed that I can drop a fruit fly net down and the rats have chewed through that several times. I have enclosed my fruit trees it’s a big...

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  10. The Rubber Kitty

    thinning radishes? or replanting?

    Hi with my radishes if a bit thick I let them fill out abit and pop the odd one and eat it. If really thick I sacrifice a few but I don't try to replant them. As far as mixing your plants if it...
    Hi with my radishes if a bit thick I let them fill out abit and pop the odd one and eat it. If really thick I sacrifice a few but I don't try to replant them. As far as mixing your plants if it works for you that's what matters all the best with the garden. Dave
    Hi with my radishes if a bit thick I let them fill out abit and pop the odd one and eat it. If really thick I sacrifice a few but I don't try to replant them. As far as mixing your plants if it works for you that's what matters all the best with...
    Hi with my radishes if a bit thick I let them fill out abit and pop the odd one and eat it. If really thick I sacrifice a few but I don't try to replant them. As far as mixing your plants if it...
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  11. Mark

    Does anyone book hotels through Trivago?

    I agree Patty. If I am doing the booking myself, I usually check out the 'specials' and then contact the actual business. We recently did a trip around Australia staying in cabins etc. The...
    I agree Patty. If I am doing the booking myself, I usually check out the 'specials' and then contact the actual business. We recently did a trip around Australia staying in cabins etc. The couple with whom we travelled did most of the bookings - this was his standard procedure and we had some...
    I agree Patty. If I am doing the booking myself, I usually check out the 'specials' and then contact the actual business. We recently did a trip around Australia staying in cabins etc. The couple with whom we travelled did most of the bookings...
    I agree Patty. If I am doing the booking myself, I usually check out the 'specials' and then contact the actual business. We recently did a trip around Australia staying in cabins etc. The...
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  12. Ray Speed

    Two new hives on the property

    they are awesomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
    they are awesomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
    they are awesomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
    they are awesomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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  13. Walt

    Hello from Montana

    I have seen them. They look interesting. And a good way to recycle
    I have seen them. They look interesting. And a good way to recycle
    I have seen them. They look interesting. And a good way to recycle
    I have seen them. They look interesting. And a good way to recycle
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  14. Patty

    Hello from a Canadian living in Mexico!

    Hey Walt. Where are you? I see Cold Cold on your profile, lol Oh I see it now - Montana! You get a real winter there!
    Hey Walt. Where are you? I see Cold Cold on your profile, lol Oh I see it now - Montana! You get a real winter there!
    Hey Walt. Where are you? I see Cold Cold on your profile, lol Oh I see it now - Montana! You get a real winter there!
    Hey Walt. Where are you? I see Cold Cold on your profile, lol Oh I see it now - Montana! You get a real winter there!
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  15. ClissAT

    compost worm farm system.

    We sure do have critters that can get into almost anything! Rather like your squirrels!
    We sure do have critters that can get into almost anything! Rather like your squirrels!
    We sure do have critters that can get into almost anything! Rather like your squirrels!
    We sure do have critters that can get into almost anything! Rather like your squirrels!
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  16. DTK

    Joel Salatin "Folks, This Ain't Norma"

    Joel Salatin makes so many very good points in his video. And I agree - we need to grow and eat our own food wherever possible. This really makes me think about where we are going as a...
    Joel Salatin makes so many very good points in his video. And I agree - we need to grow and eat our own food wherever possible. This really makes me think about where we are going as a population! Patty
    Joel Salatin makes so many very good points in his video. And I agree - we need to grow and eat our own food wherever possible. This really makes me think about where we are going as a population! Patty
    Joel Salatin makes so many very good points in his video. And I agree - we need to grow and eat our own food wherever possible. This really makes me think about where we are going as a...
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  17. DTK

    Critters and gremlins in the patch

    I suspect the poor critters are just so darn hungry and thirsty. I arrived back home today and the grass is even more brown and crisp; just walking on it feels almost like shards of stiff...
    I suspect the poor critters are just so darn hungry and thirsty. I arrived back home today and the grass is even more brown and crisp; just walking on it feels almost like shards of stiff plastic. The wind had blown the cover off my potatoes (despite rocks) and something (possums ?) have eaten...
    I suspect the poor critters are just so darn hungry and thirsty. I arrived back home today and the grass is even more brown and crisp; just walking on it feels almost like shards of stiff plastic. The wind had blown the cover off my potatoes...
    I suspect the poor critters are just so darn hungry and thirsty. I arrived back home today and the grass is even more brown and crisp; just walking on it feels almost like shards of stiff...
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  18. Ray Speed

    Its time to PICKLE

    Can you buy the lacto fermented type? I’ve never tried any.
    Can you buy the lacto fermented type? I’ve never tried any.
    Can you buy the lacto fermented type? I’ve never tried any.
    Can you buy the lacto fermented type? I’ve never tried any.
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  19. Paul 1956
    Like x 3

    Beginner

    Well said Ray
    Well said Ray
    Well said Ray
    Well said Ray
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  20. Walt

    filtering by location?

    Maybe instead of a new feature we could just have forums for specific climates, if that would be easier? Like if you want advice or want to hear about experiences from people who grow in the same...
    Maybe instead of a new feature we could just have forums for specific climates, if that would be easier? Like if you want advice or want to hear about experiences from people who grow in the same climate as you, instead of posting on the generic forums, you could post on a forum specifically...
    Maybe instead of a new feature we could just have forums for specific climates, if that would be easier? Like if you want advice or want to hear about experiences from people who grow in the same climate as you, instead of posting on the generic...
    Maybe instead of a new feature we could just have forums for specific climates, if that would be easier? Like if you want advice or want to hear about experiences from people who grow in the same...
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  21. Gander

    Veg Showcase The biggest tomato you´ll ever see

    Ha ha so cute
    Ha ha so cute
    Ha ha so cute
    Ha ha so cute

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  22. Ray Speed

    Beetroots n pumpkin n stuff lol

    Wow all looming great and healthy :)
    Wow all looming great and healthy :)
    Wow all looming great and healthy :)
    Wow all looming great and healthy :)

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  23. Bronwyn

    Introducing myself :)

    Thanks Mark. Love all your work :)
    Thanks Mark. Love all your work :)
    Thanks Mark. Love all your work :)
    Thanks Mark. Love all your work :)
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  24. Mark

    Self Sufficient Me . com Writer/Contributor Trial Proposal

    Mark, would love to participate in this. I have some experience in poultry, bees, and gardening, writing....I am also a draftsman so I would love to collaborate and draw up some of your plans for...
    Mark, would love to participate in this. I have some experience in poultry, bees, and gardening, writing....I am also a draftsman so I would love to collaborate and draw up some of your plans for raised beds, chicken pens, etc, if you wish to share them on your blog. Anyway I can help... I...
    Mark, would love to participate in this. I have some experience in poultry, bees, and gardening, writing....I am also a draftsman so I would love to collaborate and draw up some of your plans for raised beds, chicken pens, etc, if you wish to...
    Mark, would love to participate in this. I have some experience in poultry, bees, and gardening, writing....I am also a draftsman so I would love to collaborate and draw up some of your plans for...
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  25. Paynescabin
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    Hi! From Surrey, BC

    Hi Paynescabin welcome to the forum . Regards Dave
    Hi Paynescabin welcome to the forum . Regards Dave
    Hi Paynescabin welcome to the forum . Regards Dave
    Hi Paynescabin welcome to the forum . Regards Dave
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