Dave Domm replied to Andrew Cumberland's discussion Beware small hive beetle in Bees - native and honey
"Ha Ha Ha You've got to have eyes in the back of your head to keep up with all the pests"
Nov 2, 2022
Dave Domm replied to Andrew Cumberland's discussion Beware small hive beetle in Bees - native and honey
"Filthy little things aren't they Andrew. I read that this is ANOTHER imported pest. As you say they have hopefully started another nest somewhere"
Nov 2, 2022
Dave Domm commented on Valerie's photo
"Yes they've been a great success. Can't say the same about the walking onions. All that rain rotted their roots and most have died. A couple left may survive but mostly when plants get root rot it's the end of them. Hopefully no more flooding rain"
Oct 3, 2022
Dave Domm commented on Valerie's photo
"Started of with a dozen perennial leeks and now I have heaps. All the mature ones have lots of babies growing from them so they really do multiply. Next year will be able to harvest as many as I want. Great plants"
Oct 1, 2022
Dave Domm commented on Roger Clark’s status
"I hope you get someone Roger. They're all good stuff. Could have done with some of those a few years ago myself."
Sep 4, 2022
Dave Domm posted a status
Does anybody in the group have a Pinkerton Avocado. I'm looking for a scion to graft onto a seed tree I have growing. Have 2 Wurtz and 1 Reed and just want this one to complete my small garden. Thanks in advance
Sep 4, 2022
  • Dave Domm Thanks Andrew but I only want to grow a small tree and Pinkerton fits the bill
     
    Sep 5, 2022
Dave Domm posted a status
Am I the only one sick to death of this horrible weather. Overcast all the time and half of my plants are not very healthy because they need some sun. How is everybody else getting on?
Sep 3, 2022
Dave Domm commented on Valerie's photo
"I think they are the way to go. This nice lady is worth buying from https://www.tranquilgarden.com.au/ and get her

Incredible edibles bundle, 4 wonderfully giving plants. Perennial leeks, Turmeric, Arrowroot and garlic chives $29.95 I got mine…"
Jul 24, 2022
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  • Good Morning Dave, Welcome to Brisbane Local Foods (BLF).
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  • Welcome to the site Dave.
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