Introduce Yourself

An opportunity (only if you wish) for you to say hello and be welcomed to the SSC Community!

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  1. Ola
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    Hi from Noosa

    Welcome Ola, gardening is great therapy indeed, right from the planning stages to the harvesting of your crops (well it was for me anyway). Have fun. Brian.
    Welcome Ola, gardening is great therapy indeed, right from the planning stages to the harvesting of your crops (well it was for me anyway). Have fun. Brian.
    Welcome Ola, gardening is great therapy indeed, right from the planning stages to the harvesting of your crops (well it was for me anyway). Have fun. Brian.
    Welcome Ola, gardening is great therapy indeed, right from the planning stages to the harvesting of your crops (well it was for me anyway). Have fun. Brian.
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  2. Paul 1956
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    Beginner

    Welcome Paul! Hope you're going to find this forum both educational and fun. And don't be afraid to ask if you have any questions. /Fredrik
    Welcome Paul! Hope you're going to find this forum both educational and fun. And don't be afraid to ask if you have any questions. /Fredrik
    Welcome Paul! Hope you're going to find this forum both educational and fun. And don't be afraid to ask if you have any questions. /Fredrik
    Welcome Paul! Hope you're going to find this forum both educational and fun. And don't be afraid to ask if you have any questions. /Fredrik
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  3. John Corey
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    G’day all!

    Thanks for joining SSC John! :)
    Thanks for joining SSC John! :)
    Thanks for joining SSC John! :)
    Thanks for joining SSC John! :)
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  4. Ray Powe

    Hi

    G'day Ray thanks for joining us :)
    G'day Ray thanks for joining us :)
    G'day Ray thanks for joining us :)
    G'day Ray thanks for joining us :)
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  5. Bronwyn

    Introducing myself :)

    Welcome Bronwyn.
    Welcome Bronwyn.
    Welcome Bronwyn.
    Welcome Bronwyn.
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  6. Daniel Tejido
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    Hi from Switzerland

    Welcome Daniel! What a picturesque place you have... wow. Nina and I visited Geneva in August last year driving through Switzerland from France and then onto Italy it was beautiful :)
    Welcome Daniel! What a picturesque place you have... wow. Nina and I visited Geneva in August last year driving through Switzerland from France and then onto Italy it was beautiful :)
    Welcome Daniel! What a picturesque place you have... wow. Nina and I visited Geneva in August last year driving through Switzerland from France and then onto Italy it was beautiful :)
    Welcome Daniel! What a picturesque place you have... wow. Nina and I visited Geneva in August last year driving through Switzerland from France and then onto Italy it was beautiful :)

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  7. RobinsSea
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    G'day from Redland Bay (QLD)

    Thank you, Mark. :) We're actually planning 3x sleepers-high beds for the neighbourhood kids! We're in process of purchasing a 5000 litre water tank - no water, no plants - which will allow us to...
    Thank you, Mark. :) We're actually planning 3x sleepers-high beds for the neighbourhood kids! We're in process of purchasing a 5000 litre water tank - no water, no plants - which will allow us to do this. And all those kitchen scraps (and shredded paper, and cardboard) turned into compost and...
    Thank you, Mark. :) We're actually planning 3x sleepers-high beds for the neighbourhood kids! We're in process of purchasing a 5000 litre water tank - no water, no plants - which will allow us to do this. And all those kitchen scraps (and shredded...
    Thank you, Mark. :) We're actually planning 3x sleepers-high beds for the neighbourhood kids! We're in process of purchasing a 5000 litre water tank - no water, no plants - which will allow us to...

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  8. col

    Hi from Hervey Bay

    Lots of friendly and knowledgeable people on this forum, great to have you on board. :)
    Lots of friendly and knowledgeable people on this forum, great to have you on board. :)
    Lots of friendly and knowledgeable people on this forum, great to have you on board. :)
    Lots of friendly and knowledgeable people on this forum, great to have you on board. :)
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  9. Spud

    Hello from Sydney/North East Vic

    Yes, separate threads for separate discussions/topics in the right forums are always best but we've been pretty liberal with the intros so if they run a little off-topic and into a few questions...
    Yes, separate threads for separate discussions/topics in the right forums are always best but we've been pretty liberal with the intros so if they run a little off-topic and into a few questions about other things or showcasing a property that's fine as long as subsequent threads are created for...
    Yes, separate threads for separate discussions/topics in the right forums are always best but we've been pretty liberal with the intros so if they run a little off-topic and into a few questions about other things or showcasing a property that's...
    Yes, separate threads for separate discussions/topics in the right forums are always best but we've been pretty liberal with the intros so if they run a little off-topic and into a few questions...
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  10. Paulphot

    Hello from sunny Victoria...wait, now it's raining...no, suns back

    Welcome Paul - just googled espalier citrus wall! Looks like a cool space saving way to do fruit!
    Welcome Paul - just googled espalier citrus wall! Looks like a cool space saving way to do fruit!
    Welcome Paul - just googled espalier citrus wall! Looks like a cool space saving way to do fruit!
    Welcome Paul - just googled espalier citrus wall! Looks like a cool space saving way to do fruit!
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  11. DanRicho

    I've run out of room!

    I suspect yes being the various fruits are grafted on but will find out in due course. :)
    I suspect yes being the various fruits are grafted on but will find out in due course. :)
    I suspect yes being the various fruits are grafted on but will find out in due course. :)
    I suspect yes being the various fruits are grafted on but will find out in due course. :)
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  12. reeeen4
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    Hello from South West Victoria

    Good vid!
    Good vid!
    Good vid!
    Good vid!
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  13. Flamin' Mongrel
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    I've been sucked in - and i'm lovin' it!

    I second that interest in pool diggings! It can be quite good quality soil or if yours is heavy it can be lightened using sandy pool diggings. All for free, double bonus! :p Rock in fill can be...
    I second that interest in pool diggings! It can be quite good quality soil or if yours is heavy it can be lightened using sandy pool diggings. All for free, double bonus! :p Rock in fill can be used for filling hugelkultur beds. Just a bit heavy but only has to be done once.
    I second that interest in pool diggings! It can be quite good quality soil or if yours is heavy it can be lightened using sandy pool diggings. All for free, double bonus! :p Rock in fill can be used for filling hugelkultur beds. Just a bit heavy...
    I second that interest in pool diggings! It can be quite good quality soil or if yours is heavy it can be lightened using sandy pool diggings. All for free, double bonus! :p Rock in fill can be...

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  14. GKW
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    Starting the journey..........

    Just harvested my first few corn cobs. A tad under sized cos I think I over planted the bed (rookie mistake) but damn those little cobs taste good. I nibbled on one straight from the garden to see...
    Just harvested my first few corn cobs. A tad under sized cos I think I over planted the bed (rookie mistake) but damn those little cobs taste good. I nibbled on one straight from the garden to see what it would be like and damn it tasted great. Seems a shame to cook the others up.
    Just harvested my first few corn cobs. A tad under sized cos I think I over planted the bed (rookie mistake) but damn those little cobs taste good. I nibbled on one straight from the garden to see what it would be like and damn it tasted great....
    Just harvested my first few corn cobs. A tad under sized cos I think I over planted the bed (rookie mistake) but damn those little cobs taste good. I nibbled on one straight from the garden to see...

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  15. Cheryl Smyth

    Introducing myself

    Hi and yes great for fungus composting, mushrooms pop up everywhere without trying as long as you add wood chips. I have seen some weird to amazing looking ones. When I get home I will take some...
    Hi and yes great for fungus composting, mushrooms pop up everywhere without trying as long as you add wood chips. I have seen some weird to amazing looking ones. When I get home I will take some pictures to post. Don’t have to worry if there is none, there will be!
    Hi and yes great for fungus composting, mushrooms pop up everywhere without trying as long as you add wood chips. I have seen some weird to amazing looking ones. When I get home I will take some pictures to post. Don’t have to worry if there is...
    Hi and yes great for fungus composting, mushrooms pop up everywhere without trying as long as you add wood chips. I have seen some weird to amazing looking ones. When I get home I will take some...

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