November Competition - General Knowledge

Mark

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Competition Time! WIN $50 in PayPal CASH! The prize will be emailed directly to your inbox:twothumbsup:

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you all for supporting SSC!

Visitors to our Website are valued greatly, but it's our members who interact with each other, help solve issues, share images or information, and generally create content here that interests thousands of people around the world - so to you, I say thank you very much for making SSC the fun online self-sufficient community that it is... :cheers:


SSC values its members support and a knowledge-based online community like ours will always do better if members are prepared to share their knowledge and interact with each other.

Therefore, to give something back to our community, reward effort, and just for fun, we are announcing this new competition open to Premium Member (GOLD).

To enter all you have to do is be logged in and answer our knowledge-based question.

The winner will be drawn at random upon closing from the pool of correct answers using our forum software.

Only Premium Members with a GOLD banner will be permitted to view the question or enter this competition (more about GOLD here).

Membership on SSC is completely free so join us now.

Good Luck ;)

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ClissAT

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This vine is rather reminiscent of a weed vine we have here commonly called wild passionfruit.
I would assume all parts of our vine to be poisonous, but who knows, maybe not.
Same type of leaf and vaguely similar fruit although ours is round while the achocha is pointed on the end.
And similar colouration of those chalky overtones to the pale green.
 

ClissAT

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Winnings are always welcome in my garden!
Thankyou Mark and SSC viewers :thumbsup:

Now I have a handle on my water situation there are so many things I want to grow again that I used to have at Maleny.
Gotta also create a place for the new bandicoot family.
Oh and more tanks to buy!! ;)

Speaking of water, storms coming through right now at midday so hoping to get enough rain to refill my 50000lt garden tanks.