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. Daniel.Mav

    Our NEW 1 acre homestead

    It's going to look good when its finished Dan:)
    It's going to look good when its finished Dan:)
    It's going to look good when its finished Dan:)
    It's going to look good when its finished Dan:)
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  2. The Rubber Kitty

    Hello From Logan, QLD

    Great choice! Easy to grow and tasty :) Thanks for joining SSC!
    Great choice! Easy to grow and tasty :) Thanks for joining SSC!
    Great choice! Easy to grow and tasty :) Thanks for joining SSC!
    Great choice! Easy to grow and tasty :) Thanks for joining SSC!
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  3. TinaBen

    Hello from Rotorua

    Great thanks, yes reckon you should .
    Great thanks, yes reckon you should .
    Great thanks, yes reckon you should .
    Great thanks, yes reckon you should .
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  4. allen c

    Greetings from New Mexico!

    G'day Allen, and thank you for joining us here on SSC! I like how you have made your raised beds by using recycled materials! Just checked out your channel - good on ya mate :)
    G'day Allen, and thank you for joining us here on SSC! I like how you have made your raised beds by using recycled materials! Just checked out your channel - good on ya mate :)
    G'day Allen, and thank you for joining us here on SSC! I like how you have made your raised beds by using recycled materials! Just checked out your channel - good on ya mate :)
    G'day Allen, and thank you for joining us here on SSC! I like how you have made your raised beds by using recycled materials! Just checked out your channel - good on ya mate :)
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  5. Midwest_Ben

    Hi I'm Ben

    G'day @Midwest_Ben thanks for joining SSC! There's a lot you can grow in small spaces using containers and food crops are mostly shallow rooted so don't need much soil just good quality medium...
    G'day @Midwest_Ben thanks for joining SSC! There's a lot you can grow in small spaces using containers and food crops are mostly shallow rooted so don't need much soil just good quality medium and care. Even growing a small amount of food can make a big difference especially when times get...
    G'day @Midwest_Ben thanks for joining SSC! There's a lot you can grow in small spaces using containers and food crops are mostly shallow rooted so don't need much soil just good quality medium and care. Even growing a small amount of food can...
    G'day @Midwest_Ben thanks for joining SSC! There's a lot you can grow in small spaces using containers and food crops are mostly shallow rooted so don't need much soil just good quality medium...
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  6. Mary Playford

    Just an oldie, back to nosy around :smug:

    LOL hey, Mary it happens to all of us! The main thing is we keep at it... Hope you're starting to come good (health wise) :)
    LOL hey, Mary it happens to all of us! The main thing is we keep at it... Hope you're starting to come good (health wise) :)
    LOL hey, Mary it happens to all of us! The main thing is we keep at it... Hope you're starting to come good (health wise) :)
    LOL hey, Mary it happens to all of us! The main thing is we keep at it... Hope you're starting to come good (health wise) :)
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  7. Woodlea

    Greetings from Nova Scotia Canada

    That is unfortunate but at least you can grow food so there's always a positive! Thanks for joining SSC :)
    That is unfortunate but at least you can grow food so there's always a positive! Thanks for joining SSC :)
    That is unfortunate but at least you can grow food so there's always a positive! Thanks for joining SSC :)
    That is unfortunate but at least you can grow food so there's always a positive! Thanks for joining SSC :)
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  8. myfreakinway Diana

    Hello, from The Netherlands

    Hi @myfreakinway Diana and thank you for joining us! You bet! Raised beds have helped me heaps also because I find the extra height is easier on my back, neck, and knees. All the best with...
    Hi @myfreakinway Diana and thank you for joining us! You bet! Raised beds have helped me heaps also because I find the extra height is easier on my back, neck, and knees. All the best with your new chickens! :)
    Hi @myfreakinway Diana and thank you for joining us! You bet! Raised beds have helped me heaps also because I find the extra height is easier on my back, neck, and knees. All the best with your new chickens! :)
    Hi @myfreakinway Diana and thank you for joining us! You bet! Raised beds have helped me heaps also because I find the extra height is easier on my back, neck, and knees. All the best with...
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  9. Coxie1102

    Hi everyone from Coxie1102

    Thanks Mark! I appreciate the nice words :) I'll keep my eye out for a rosemary plant
    Thanks Mark! I appreciate the nice words :) I'll keep my eye out for a rosemary plant
    Thanks Mark! I appreciate the nice words :) I'll keep my eye out for a rosemary plant
    Thanks Mark! I appreciate the nice words :) I'll keep my eye out for a rosemary plant

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  10. Ezra

    Greetings from Yacka! (North of Adelaide)

    Thanks! Happy to be welcomed by the man himself.
    Thanks! Happy to be welcomed by the man himself.
    Thanks! Happy to be welcomed by the man himself.
    Thanks! Happy to be welcomed by the man himself.
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  11. Linda Fischer

    Hi from Lindarella

    Welcome to SSC Linda! :)
    Welcome to SSC Linda! :)
    Welcome to SSC Linda! :)
    Welcome to SSC Linda! :)
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  12. Todd

    Hello, from WA State. NO, NOT SEATTLE!!

    Good stuff! I see you put some fabric on the outside to hold the dirt in - great idea! :)
    Good stuff! I see you put some fabric on the outside to hold the dirt in - great idea! :)
    Good stuff! I see you put some fabric on the outside to hold the dirt in - great idea! :)
    Good stuff! I see you put some fabric on the outside to hold the dirt in - great idea! :)

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  13. Roni

    Hi Everyone

    Hi Roni, my Grandmother's side of the family came from Crows Nest "Vonhoff" they owned a farm out at Groomsville. As a teenager, I used to ride my push bike out to the farm and stay a week or two...
    Hi Roni, my Grandmother's side of the family came from Crows Nest "Vonhoff" they owned a farm out at Groomsville. As a teenager, I used to ride my push bike out to the farm and stay a week or two at a time over school holidays helping with dairy farming.
    Hi Roni, my Grandmother's side of the family came from Crows Nest "Vonhoff" they owned a farm out at Groomsville. As a teenager, I used to ride my push bike out to the farm and stay a week or two at a time over school holidays helping with dairy...
    Hi Roni, my Grandmother's side of the family came from Crows Nest "Vonhoff" they owned a farm out at Groomsville. As a teenager, I used to ride my push bike out to the farm and stay a week or two...
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  14. Caroline

    Hello from Somerset, UK

    All the best with your move to Oz and Brissy! :)
    All the best with your move to Oz and Brissy! :)
    All the best with your move to Oz and Brissy! :)
    All the best with your move to Oz and Brissy! :)
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  15. Woody

    Hi all.

    Hey Woody , sounds like you might have a n input or two of your own with all that nursery experience , welcome and happy planting ,cheers, Raymondo
    Hey Woody , sounds like you might have a n input or two of your own with all that nursery experience , welcome and happy planting ,cheers, Raymondo
    Hey Woody , sounds like you might have a n input or two of your own with all that nursery experience , welcome and happy planting ,cheers, Raymondo
    Hey Woody , sounds like you might have a n input or two of your own with all that nursery experience , welcome and happy planting ,cheers, Raymondo
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  16. AndyH

    Hi from Beachmere

    Wow I only just missed you, I got to 6 in 2010, I was in B Coy for a year then Recon for 4 years (The hardest but the best time I had in the Army) then back to B Coy All good Mark, I know your...
    Wow I only just missed you, I got to 6 in 2010, I was in B Coy for a year then Recon for 4 years (The hardest but the best time I had in the Army) then back to B Coy All good Mark, I know your a busy man, I'm just glad to be here and love what your doing:twothumbsup: Haha, well we are practically...
    Wow I only just missed you, I got to 6 in 2010, I was in B Coy for a year then Recon for 4 years (The hardest but the best time I had in the Army) then back to B Coy All good Mark, I know your a busy man, I'm just glad to be here and love what...
    Wow I only just missed you, I got to 6 in 2010, I was in B Coy for a year then Recon for 4 years (The hardest but the best time I had in the Army) then back to B Coy All good Mark, I know your...

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  17. Ari Lay

    G'day and how ya going from the Gold Coast

    Always loved gardening but this year decided to start my veggie garden, watched alot of self sufficent me on YouTube, great tips.
    Always loved gardening but this year decided to start my veggie garden, watched alot of self sufficent me on YouTube, great tips.
    Always loved gardening but this year decided to start my veggie garden, watched alot of self sufficent me on YouTube, great tips.
    Always loved gardening but this year decided to start my veggie garden, watched alot of self sufficent me on YouTube, great tips.
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  18. Liney

    Kia Ora from Perth WA

    Hi all, I’ve been gardening for probably 20 years but only edible gardening for around 10 years since we moved to Australia from NZ. Built our home 3 1/2 years ago and I’ve gone from ornamentals...
    Hi all, I’ve been gardening for probably 20 years but only edible gardening for around 10 years since we moved to Australia from NZ. Built our home 3 1/2 years ago and I’ve gone from ornamentals to edibles after watching some very talented people on YouTube and a few private garden visits. I’ve...
    Hi all, I’ve been gardening for probably 20 years but only edible gardening for around 10 years since we moved to Australia from NZ. Built our home 3 1/2 years ago and I’ve gone from ornamentals to edibles after watching some very talented people...
    Hi all, I’ve been gardening for probably 20 years but only edible gardening for around 10 years since we moved to Australia from NZ. Built our home 3 1/2 years ago and I’ve gone from ornamentals...
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  19. Raymondo

    Grapes , herbs and living the dream

    Just posted a viewpoint on raised beds then watched your video later , oops seems in conflict all valid points hope you didn't get offended just don't like to see people taking the easy way out...
    Just posted a viewpoint on raised beds then watched your video later , oops seems in conflict all valid points hope you didn't get offended just don't like to see people taking the easy way out because of laziness, gardening can keep us all young. The fact that we are involved in gardening shows...
    Just posted a viewpoint on raised beds then watched your video later , oops seems in conflict all valid points hope you didn't get offended just don't like to see people taking the easy way out because of laziness, gardening can keep us all...
    Just posted a viewpoint on raised beds then watched your video later , oops seems in conflict all valid points hope you didn't get offended just don't like to see people taking the easy way out...
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  20. Jeebus

    Southern California checking in! Hello~

    Hi! I'm sort of new to growing from the seeds but I do have some experience with tending to existing plants and trees. I just started some jalapeno and serrano seeds in some starters, hoping that...
    Hi! I'm sort of new to growing from the seeds but I do have some experience with tending to existing plants and trees. I just started some jalapeno and serrano seeds in some starters, hoping that they sprout around the beginning of June. I found my way to this forum from the videos and it...
    Hi! I'm sort of new to growing from the seeds but I do have some experience with tending to existing plants and trees. I just started some jalapeno and serrano seeds in some starters, hoping that they sprout around the beginning of June. I found...
    Hi! I'm sort of new to growing from the seeds but I do have some experience with tending to existing plants and trees. I just started some jalapeno and serrano seeds in some starters, hoping that...
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  21. Gander

    Question Greetings from south of Sweden

    Yes Mark, indeed, that's the best way to start and grow chilies and to a lesser extent capsicum. Even though they germinate very easily, it still seems better and easier to grow them in their...
    Yes Mark, indeed, that's the best way to start and grow chilies and to a lesser extent capsicum. Even though they germinate very easily, it still seems better and easier to grow them in their final pot. These days I just scatter chilies that dried on the bush into new food forest areas and let...
    Yes Mark, indeed, that's the best way to start and grow chilies and to a lesser extent capsicum. Even though they germinate very easily, it still seems better and easier to grow them in their final pot. These days I just scatter chilies that...
    Yes Mark, indeed, that's the best way to start and grow chilies and to a lesser extent capsicum. Even though they germinate very easily, it still seems better and easier to grow them in their...
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  22. Liz&Marty

    Hello from Liz&Marty

    Looking forward to it mate - cheers :)
    Looking forward to it mate - cheers :)
    Looking forward to it mate - cheers :)
    Looking forward to it mate - cheers :)

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  23. Gazza-P

    Hi from Mount Isa

    If I was running the show I would have given a leave pass lol... ;)
    If I was running the show I would have given a leave pass lol... ;)
    If I was running the show I would have given a leave pass lol... ;)
    If I was running the show I would have given a leave pass lol... ;)
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  24. Peter King

    Gday from South Western Sydney

    Hi @Peter King thanks for joining us! :)
    Hi @Peter King thanks for joining us! :)
    Hi @Peter King thanks for joining us! :)
    Hi @Peter King thanks for joining us! :)
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  25. JohnW

    Hi from Antigua & Barbuda

    Hi John - thanks for joining us mate! Any questions or advice feel free to post them :)
    Hi John - thanks for joining us mate! Any questions or advice feel free to post them :)
    Hi John - thanks for joining us mate! Any questions or advice feel free to post them :)
    Hi John - thanks for joining us mate! Any questions or advice feel free to post them :)
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