Barbara Tealby replied to Dave Riley's discussion Just asking: Quail vs Pigeon.
"Well, that certainly sounds interesting, Dave. It'll be fun to chase up on the details through the links you supplied. 
Don't they always end up roosting on the neighbours' roofs?"
Barbara Tealby replied to Dave Riley's discussion What to plant now: December
"Losing the tromboncino is a bummer - hope you had another one in - but I know I never put in more than one at a time.
Something I've noticed is that there seem to be fewer leaf-eating insects around. (No dearth of leaf-eating ringtails, though). It…"
Barbara Tealby replied to Barbara Tealby's discussion Getting my quails to lay
"It does get a bit dark during the day sometimes.. I'm really keen to get started with the whole breeding up my stock thing, but I guess I can't ask my long-suffering husband to do electrical work in the rain!!!"
Dec 1
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Dec 1
Andrew Cumberland replied to Barbara Tealby's discussion Getting my quails to lay
"Mine are still at bit off and on.  Up until the rain, they were giving 4 per day very reliably (from 4 girls).  With the rain, it can be as low as 2 or even none. "
Nov 30
Barbara Tealby replied to Dave Riley's discussion What to plant now: December
"Doesn't matter to me if it bolts - I'd take the seeds, but I just replant more seeds regularly to keep a supply going. My family is keener on Coriander than I am, so I keep it for them to pick when they visit.
The lettuce is a descendent of green…"
Nov 29
Barbara Tealby posted a discussion
As some of you will know, I have had all sorts of trouble getting my Jumbo Quails to lay. I had them in my bush house, where I thought they they would be safe and comfortable in the cool, sheltered  environment. Yes, they were uber comfortable, but…
Nov 29
Barbara Tealby replied to Dave Riley's discussion What to plant now: December
"I've just about finished planting for the year, but snake beans, winged beans, yellow pear cherry tomatoes, coriander and lettuce went in inearly November. Oh - and another pawpaw tree.
Sweet potatoes planted earlier are thriving, and asparagus is…"
Nov 29
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Nov 28
Barbara Tealby posted a status
Andy, I can't see a plus sign at the top right under the header on the discussion page. There's a 'more' but that only gives me more discussion topics. There used to be a thing that said 'add content' and I can't find that. Sorry, but HELP.
Nov 27
Barbara Tealby and HONG VO are now friends
Nov 27
Barbara Tealby commented on HONG VO’s status
"I've got a couple of (small, neglected, but alive) comfrey plants, and a raspberry plant you are welcome to have. Mulberry cuttings have rooted and have just been potted up. Send me a friend request and I'll give you my address and contact details."
Nov 26
Barbara Tealby commented on Andrew Cumberland's photo
Nov 25
Barbara Tealby posted a status
Jerry Coleby-Williams' Facebook page has a link to an article by Col Harris, about breeding breeding fruit fly predators. In the journal of ROGI Nov issue under RESOURCES.
Nov 17

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  • Give me a ring on 0422 022 961.  I have at least two laying girls you can have.  

  • Give me a ring on 0422 022 961

  • Ditto for me with night meetings. Look forward to seeing you :-)

  • Not BOGG but Greening Australia seed-cleaning volunteers. Potted up seedlings at your place and at Rosemary's.

    Join our Garden Visits group and come along to our GVs we love to share :-)

  • Welcome to BLF Barbara :)
    You should find lots to interest you on the site. Feel free to join in conversations, post photos and blogs.
    If you need any help please don't hesitate to ask.
    Happy gardening
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