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What would you pay for a choko

Started May 20 0 Replies

 Woolworths Morningside had choko at $9 a kilo previously have seen for $8 a kilo   what would you do with these at that price.Continue

Trampoline frame

Started this discussion. Last reply by Valerie Jan 24. 2 Replies

There is a free round Trampoline frame on facebook market place at Ningi  if you look at these Trampoline frames  they are made from solid steel and have a large diameter and would be expensive to…Continue

Free seeds.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lissa Jan 2. 5 Replies

If you're a Queensland resident, you can get a FREE kitchen garden kit posted to you.It's part of the government's…Continue

True Potato Seed

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elaine de Saxe Jun 27, 2018. 1 Reply

Has anyone planted potatoes from the seed and not from seed potato  if you look on youtube  it shows how to collect and treat the seed  but when grown from seed  not going to be same as the plants…Continue

 

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Jeff Kiehne commented on Dave Riley's blog post The Opportunity of all this Rain. What happenstance! So plant out
"What seems to kill off late planted potatoes   in Brisbane  is not the heat but the humidity all goes well until get several days of hot humid weather ."
21 hours ago
Jeff Kiehne commented on Dave Riley's blog post The Opportunity of all this Rain. What happenstance! So plant out
"When is it too late to plant potatoes ."
yesterday
Jeff Kiehne commented on Sid Saghe's photo
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Variety is the spice of life

"Is there any difference between pak choy and bok choy  one site says pak choy has green stems  and that bok choy gets bigger but the Pak Choi  seeds i have  grow white stems and get big  so looks to be exactly the same as…"
Friday
Jeff Kiehne commented on Roger Clark's photo
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Nematodes on tomato roots 001

"Heat kills Nematodes would be possible to treat any soil used in pots could also try drowning by putting in plastic drum and fill with water and leave for months  that is what happens some places where lakes form in wet  and when they…"
Jul 7
Jeff Kiehne commented on Valerie's blog post Winter at The Gap
"Seedlings in newspaper trenches is interesting  have been experimenting with 2 litre  milk containers  with the top cut off and use the bottom  planted Pak Choi  i think they need to be partly buried in ground so the roots…"
Jul 2
Jeff Kiehne commented on Valerie's blog post Winter at The Gap
"Have you looked at spreading some of the nasturtium seed some where in your area they seem to regrow each year  without any help.They are very peppery if chew on them."
Jul 1
Jeff Kiehne replied to Dave Riley's discussion Direct Sowing of Seeds (Part the First)
"Temperature  of the soil is very important have planted corn in the hot weather in small pots and it took 4 days to germinate  but in the ground could get too hot and not survive  each type of seed has an optimal temperature  for…"
Jun 17
Jeff Kiehne replied to Dave Riley's discussion Direct Sowing of Seeds (Part the First)
"Direct sowing of seeds is good if the plant takes time to mature  but if you do direct sow seeds going to need  spares or have to resow where the seed fails  but if growing corn replanting is not possible because the replanting is…"
Jun 11
Jeff Kiehne posted a discussion

What would you pay for a choko

 Woolworths Morningside had choko at $9 a kilo previously have seen for $8 a kilo   what would you do with these at that price.See More
May 20
Jeff Kiehne replied to Dianne Caswell's discussion NORTHEY STREET CITY FARM ORGANIC MARKETS AND NURSERY 19-5-2019 in the group Garden Visits
"What was purchased at the nursery."
May 20
Jeff Kiehne replied to Dave Riley's discussion Supporting the Soil Carbon Sponge
"Global warming is turning into an industry does not seem to be doing anything to help just creating income for those involved like all flying to Paris staying in 5 star hotels .How about converting all cars to e85 fuel  and purchase all the…"
May 19
Jeff Kiehne replied to Dave Riley's discussion Supporting the Soil Carbon Sponge
"Do not think CO2 has a lot to do with climate change but more to do with population and development have a look at changes in the last 30 years  where farmland is now covered in roads and houses  and Australia has a small population…"
May 18
Jeff Kiehne commented on Susan's blog post Musings for the future.
"Probably better to work on line then you do not have to get up early .Courier is not expensive if only selling locally and if enough sales could deliver personally or pay someone like uber does.   Amazon and eBay now seem to be full of scammers…"
May 7
Jeff Kiehne commented on Susan's photo
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It never rains but pours in this house

"You are lucky to have,  one of my banana’s with fruit developing decided to bend in half half way up the plant in the wind if it blew over could try and save  but looks terminal ."
May 7
Jeff Kiehne commented on Susan's blog post End of April and I'm so impatient
"Foxes in Brisbane suburbs including sighting on CCTV in South Bank"
Apr 29
Jeff Kiehne replied to Christa's discussion FUNGI TYPES
"Edible and Poisonous Fungi | Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria https://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/science/...and.../identification.../edible-and-poisonous-fun... A few species have been discovered to be poisonous when confused with edible species of the…"
Apr 14

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Sous Vide Demonstration

Posted on July 11, 2018 at 9:42 1 Comment

If anyone is interested  Cannon Hill Brewing   are doing  events  at there shop at Cannon Hill  can find details on there facebook.

Sous Vide Demonstration
Jul 21 12 PM · Cannon Hill Brewing · Cannon Hill

Costa Georgiadis Great Gardening

Posted on September 30, 2017 at 22:10 0 Comments

Costa Georgiadis is doing 2 events  4 th and 5 th October that are free for over 55 years but you have to give personal details to register for free tickets  which may not be a good idea.

http://www.retirementbylendlease.com.au/srf2017/qld/

Moreton Bay Regional Council free mulch to residents

Posted on October 8, 2016 at 5:38 3 Comments

Has anyone collected this free mulch and how is it made .When they make mulch they can add some very toxic substances that you would not want but because the levels in final product are low can still meet standards.

http://recyclingnearyou.com.au/notice-board/MoretonBayQLD

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At 19:24 on October 25, 2015, Lissa said…

Welcome to BLF Jeff :)

Feel free to join in conversations in the Forum, add photos and blogs.

If you need any assistance using the site please do not hesitate to ask.

Happy gardening

Lissa

 
 
 

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