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  1. Bamboochicken

    Hello

    Welcome to SSC @Bamboochicken love the chicken pics :)
    Welcome to SSC @Bamboochicken love the chicken pics :)
    Welcome to SSC @Bamboochicken love the chicken pics :)
    Welcome to SSC @Bamboochicken love the chicken pics :)

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  2. Sharann

    Native North Dakotan

    Thanks, Mark but I really can't take credit for the idea ... I read a New England state (US) homesteader's blog before I got into chickens, so pre-2012, that came up with a solution for them that...
    Thanks, Mark but I really can't take credit for the idea ... I read a New England state (US) homesteader's blog before I got into chickens, so pre-2012, that came up with a solution for them that was energy efficient, and not a fire hazard. I will start a separate thread about our DIY and...
    Thanks, Mark but I really can't take credit for the idea ... I read a New England state (US) homesteader's blog before I got into chickens, so pre-2012, that came up with a solution for them that was energy efficient, and not a fire hazard. I...
    Thanks, Mark but I really can't take credit for the idea ... I read a New England state (US) homesteader's blog before I got into chickens, so pre-2012, that came up with a solution for them that...

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  3. StuartGrows

    Hello everyone!! Near Washington DC USA

    Ash, somewhere in the deep dark recesses of my antiquated brain, I have an unusual solution for that black soil. I have a lot on my plate right now but in time it will come back to me & I'll post...
    Ash, somewhere in the deep dark recesses of my antiquated brain, I have an unusual solution for that black soil. I have a lot on my plate right now but in time it will come back to me & I'll post the info in the thread about your property.
    Ash, somewhere in the deep dark recesses of my antiquated brain, I have an unusual solution for that black soil. I have a lot on my plate right now but in time it will come back to me & I'll post the info in the thread about your property.
    Ash, somewhere in the deep dark recesses of my antiquated brain, I have an unusual solution for that black soil. I have a lot on my plate right now but in time it will come back to me & I'll post...

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  4. Marisa

    Hello from California US

    Bigger yolks too! More protein...
    Bigger yolks too! More protein...
    Bigger yolks too! More protein...
    Bigger yolks too! More protein...

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  5. BryanG297

    Hi, Nice to meet you.

    Aarrr Agreed...hahaha :)
    Aarrr Agreed...hahaha :)
    Aarrr Agreed...hahaha :)
    Aarrr Agreed...hahaha :)
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  6. Tynan

    Hello Darlings

    Now the banana I'm not so sure about. My banana grows leaves all around the stem. The plant to the left of your pic seems a little more like a heliconia...leaves alternating from one side to the...
    Now the banana I'm not so sure about. My banana grows leaves all around the stem. The plant to the left of your pic seems a little more like a heliconia...leaves alternating from one side to the other. It's harder to tell with the plant to the right of the pic. It's certainly tall enough, but...
    Now the banana I'm not so sure about. My banana grows leaves all around the stem. The plant to the left of your pic seems a little more like a heliconia...leaves alternating from one side to the other. It's harder to tell with the plant to the...
    Now the banana I'm not so sure about. My banana grows leaves all around the stem. The plant to the left of your pic seems a little more like a heliconia...leaves alternating from one side to the...

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  7. Sasha Bushell

    Hello from GC qld.

    Wow! You are a wealth of information, going to show nathan your posts for a read. Thankyou for all the local intell :) you've helped me alot!
    Wow! You are a wealth of information, going to show nathan your posts for a read. Thankyou for all the local intell :) you've helped me alot!
    Wow! You are a wealth of information, going to show nathan your posts for a read. Thankyou for all the local intell :) you've helped me alot!
    Wow! You are a wealth of information, going to show nathan your posts for a read. Thankyou for all the local intell :) you've helped me alot!

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  8. Joanne

    Hi from southern NSW

    Being vegetarian isn't for everyone, much to the chagrin of other vegetarians and vegans lol I'm really surprised, Betta fish are some of the easiest fish to keep. Did you make sure to...
    Being vegetarian isn't for everyone, much to the chagrin of other vegetarians and vegans lol I'm really surprised, Betta fish are some of the easiest fish to keep. Did you make sure to de-chlorinate the water? what temperature did you keep it at? The filter will help immensely. I have some...
    Being vegetarian isn't for everyone, much to the chagrin of other vegetarians and vegans lol I'm really surprised, Betta fish are some of the easiest fish to keep. Did you make sure to de-chlorinate the water? what temperature did you keep it...
    Being vegetarian isn't for everyone, much to the chagrin of other vegetarians and vegans lol I'm really surprised, Betta fish are some of the easiest fish to keep. Did you make sure to...
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  9. Tony Baker

    Intro- Hi from Laidley

    Thanks Stevo.
    Thanks Stevo.
    Thanks Stevo.
    Thanks Stevo.
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  10. Jessica A
    Love it! x 4

    Hello Everyone

    Congrats Jess.:cheer:
    Congrats Jess.:cheer:
    Congrats Jess.:cheer:
    Congrats Jess.:cheer:

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  11. Ray Speed

    Ray and Sarah

    never too late mate CLontarf hey, Lived in Clontarf for around 15 years nice place
    never too late mate CLontarf hey, Lived in Clontarf for around 15 years nice place
    never too late mate CLontarf hey, Lived in Clontarf for around 15 years nice place
    never too late mate CLontarf hey, Lived in Clontarf for around 15 years nice place
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  12. Pump

    Introducing myself from Perth WA

    Sounds great, very good info thanks Andrew, anything I can do to help the soil but also get something back from it at the same time sounds good to me
    Sounds great, very good info thanks Andrew, anything I can do to help the soil but also get something back from it at the same time sounds good to me
    Sounds great, very good info thanks Andrew, anything I can do to help the soil but also get something back from it at the same time sounds good to me
    Sounds great, very good info thanks Andrew, anything I can do to help the soil but also get something back from it at the same time sounds good to me

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  13. Lois

    Hello from Loch Lomond QLD

    Hi Lois. Welcome. I started out with Gardenate; also don't mind the Gardentags app except our broadband here is so slow and it often doesn't work so can only check it if I'm in town (good excuse...
    Hi Lois. Welcome. I started out with Gardenate; also don't mind the Gardentags app except our broadband here is so slow and it often doesn't work so can only check it if I'm in town (good excuse to stop in at the club, avail myself of their airconditioning and wifi). Thankfully the ssc forum...
    Hi Lois. Welcome. I started out with Gardenate; also don't mind the Gardentags app except our broadband here is so slow and it often doesn't work so can only check it if I'm in town (good excuse to stop in at the club, avail myself of their...
    Hi Lois. Welcome. I started out with Gardenate; also don't mind the Gardentags app except our broadband here is so slow and it often doesn't work so can only check it if I'm in town (good excuse...

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  14. DarrenP

    Hello from mid north South Australia

    Agreed. Our leafy greens actually have flavour, unlike the limp shop stuff. We're growing lettuce, mustard greens, amaranth, and rocket, as well using baby beetroot leaves and radish leaves in the...
    Agreed. Our leafy greens actually have flavour, unlike the limp shop stuff. We're growing lettuce, mustard greens, amaranth, and rocket, as well using baby beetroot leaves and radish leaves in the salads.
    Agreed. Our leafy greens actually have flavour, unlike the limp shop stuff. We're growing lettuce, mustard greens, amaranth, and rocket, as well using baby beetroot leaves and radish leaves in the salads.
    Agreed. Our leafy greens actually have flavour, unlike the limp shop stuff. We're growing lettuce, mustard greens, amaranth, and rocket, as well using baby beetroot leaves and radish leaves in the...
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  15. armysnail

    Chris

    Leader, Leiutenant/Leftenant, Lagger, Longfellow, Liker,Lover, Larrakin ???:cheers:
    Leader, Leiutenant/Leftenant, Lagger, Longfellow, Liker,Lover, Larrakin ???:cheers:
    Leader, Leiutenant/Leftenant, Lagger, Longfellow, Liker,Lover, Larrakin ???:cheers:
    Leader, Leiutenant/Leftenant, Lagger, Longfellow, Liker,Lover, Larrakin ???:cheers:
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  16. Robyn67

    hi I'm Robyn

    I know what that's like... :)
    I know what that's like... :)
    I know what that's like... :)
    I know what that's like... :)
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  17. Belinda Acott

    Hello from Sussundenga

    Hey Belinda, Well done you - I love growing things from seed (and re growing things from table scraps...I guess it's one step up from dumpster diving!!) and have a few pots of dragon fruit...
    Hey Belinda, Well done you - I love growing things from seed (and re growing things from table scraps...I guess it's one step up from dumpster diving!!) and have a few pots of dragon fruit seedlings in my hot house. I'm hoping this year they'll really kick on. I found them much slower growing...
    Hey Belinda, Well done you - I love growing things from seed (and re growing things from table scraps...I guess it's one step up from dumpster diving!!) and have a few pots of dragon fruit seedlings in my hot house. I'm hoping this year they'll...
    Hey Belinda, Well done you - I love growing things from seed (and re growing things from table scraps...I guess it's one step up from dumpster diving!!) and have a few pots of dragon fruit...

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  18. Director

    Hi from SEQ

    Awesome! I hope it goes well Ash :goodluck:
    Awesome! I hope it goes well Ash :goodluck:
    Awesome! I hope it goes well Ash :goodluck:
    Awesome! I hope it goes well Ash :goodluck:
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  19. Joseph Isaac

    Mabuhay! (Hello! from Philippines)

    Hi Jose, I'm Australian! i studied Civil engineering majoring in envrimental systems and sustainability. I just booked a trip to the Phillipines, im starting in Manila and travelling down to Cebu...
    Hi Jose, I'm Australian! i studied Civil engineering majoring in envrimental systems and sustainability. I just booked a trip to the Phillipines, im starting in Manila and travelling down to Cebu over two weeks. From the 30 of December. I would absolutely love to come and see your self...
    Hi Jose, I'm Australian! i studied Civil engineering majoring in envrimental systems and sustainability. I just booked a trip to the Phillipines, im starting in Manila and travelling down to Cebu over two weeks. From the 30 of December. I would...
    Hi Jose, I'm Australian! i studied Civil engineering majoring in envrimental systems and sustainability. I just booked a trip to the Phillipines, im starting in Manila and travelling down to Cebu...

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  20. Auron Leonhart

    Greetings from the USA!

    This one produces cherries that are good for canning and jams. We also now have Rainier cherry trees as well. I was worried about the "flowering" as well when I was looking at the but I did some...
    This one produces cherries that are good for canning and jams. We also now have Rainier cherry trees as well. I was worried about the "flowering" as well when I was looking at the but I did some research on them and was happy.
    This one produces cherries that are good for canning and jams. We also now have Rainier cherry trees as well. I was worried about the "flowering" as well when I was looking at the but I did some research on them and was happy.
    This one produces cherries that are good for canning and jams. We also now have Rainier cherry trees as well. I was worried about the "flowering" as well when I was looking at the but I did some...
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  21. Margarita Castaneda

    Introducing Myself

    Welcome from me too, a bit late, but April has been super busy for me.
    Welcome from me too, a bit late, but April has been super busy for me.
    Welcome from me too, a bit late, but April has been super busy for me.
    Welcome from me too, a bit late, but April has been super busy for me.
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  22. Daniel.Mav

    Dan from Brookwater

    The rest of the "gardening" part of this thread has been moved to Dan's Garden Journal in our Fruit & Vegetable Growing section so this interesting discussion can continue in the appropriate area....
    The rest of the "gardening" part of this thread has been moved to Dan's Garden Journal in our Fruit & Vegetable Growing section so this interesting discussion can continue in the appropriate area. Thanks for the suggestion.
    The rest of the "gardening" part of this thread has been moved to Dan's Garden Journal in our Fruit & Vegetable Growing section so this interesting discussion can continue in the appropriate area. Thanks for the suggestion.
    The rest of the "gardening" part of this thread has been moved to Dan's Garden Journal in our Fruit & Vegetable Growing section so this interesting discussion can continue in the appropriate area....

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  23. Janine

    Other side of Gawler

    G'day Janine and thanks for joining SSC! I try my best to make my Dad jokes as cool as possible but they are an acquired taste - a bit like Jerusalem artichoke :) I try my best to hit our forum as...
    G'day Janine and thanks for joining SSC! I try my best to make my Dad jokes as cool as possible but they are an acquired taste - a bit like Jerusalem artichoke :) I try my best to hit our forum as much as possible - lately, I've been super busy managing my presence everywhere and creating...
    G'day Janine and thanks for joining SSC! I try my best to make my Dad jokes as cool as possible but they are an acquired taste - a bit like Jerusalem artichoke :) I try my best to hit our forum as much as possible - lately, I've been super busy...
    G'day Janine and thanks for joining SSC! I try my best to make my Dad jokes as cool as possible but they are an acquired taste - a bit like Jerusalem artichoke :) I try my best to hit our forum as...
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  24. Collin

    Hello from the land up over.

    Looks like I will be able to learn a lot from following your posts! Being in Canada with those extreme temperature differences between the seasons would require some serious planning towards a...
    Looks like I will be able to learn a lot from following your posts! Being in Canada with those extreme temperature differences between the seasons would require some serious planning towards a garden. I'm just starting out and this is the first year I will begin growing anything. Here in NC the...
    Looks like I will be able to learn a lot from following your posts! Being in Canada with those extreme temperature differences between the seasons would require some serious planning towards a garden. I'm just starting out and this is the first...
    Looks like I will be able to learn a lot from following your posts! Being in Canada with those extreme temperature differences between the seasons would require some serious planning towards a...

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  25. Darryl

    hi

    Oi there Darryl, welcome to this lovely group. You could try some root vegetables too such as taro, sweet potatoes or cassava/arrowroot. They are easy to grow. With taro, you can sell the leaves...
    Oi there Darryl, welcome to this lovely group. You could try some root vegetables too such as taro, sweet potatoes or cassava/arrowroot. They are easy to grow. With taro, you can sell the leaves too and the islanders up there will buy them :D
    Oi there Darryl, welcome to this lovely group. You could try some root vegetables too such as taro, sweet potatoes or cassava/arrowroot. They are easy to grow. With taro, you can sell the leaves too and the islanders up there will buy them :D
    Oi there Darryl, welcome to this lovely group. You could try some root vegetables too such as taro, sweet potatoes or cassava/arrowroot. They are easy to grow. With taro, you can sell the leaves...
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