Started to install 4 garden beds about 3 weeks ago , they are corrugated iron and are 2300mm long by 600mm wide and 400mm high.
Originally they were 800mm high , but the angle grinder sorted that.
They are to be used for growing Black berries , Blue berries , Logan berries , Boysen berries...
I need a little bit of help with an error that I keep getting on YouTube.
I keep getting this message when I go to watch any video , it only started today.
until today all was good.
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Stevo thanks for the welcome. Our average yearly rainfall is around 850mm, so not too bad. I have 2 x 3000 gallon rainwater tanks that fill off my shed that water the fruit and veg only. Also I only water as required. I also have submersible pump with a float switch that cuts the pump off if the...
Great work Steve, you don't need lots of space to grow some nice fresh veg.
The foam boxes work a treat and are easy to get for free.
Gardening Australia had a segment a few weeks ago showing a guy who grows almost all his veg and herbs in them.
I like the string idea for the peas.
Yes Mark that is correct, there is super strict quarantine laws regarding plant material in WA and Tassie.
There is a quarantine fee I believe, as well as a long list of stuff we aren't allowed over here.
Nothing like finding something you want in a seed or plant catalogue, only to see except...
Thought I would share with you how I make a collar/guard to stop collar rot on my fruit trees.
I you are like me and seem to have accumulated lots of old plastic pots.
This is how I reuse them. I use two pots per tree.
Firstly I cut the bottom out of the pots.
Next I slit up one side.
Yeah Mark she loves to help , especially if it involves getting those rocks. you have to watch her because she does tend to get in the way.
not the first time she's been clonked on the scone with a rake or shovel.
There are a million and one things a person can ferment to make just as many different types of food products such as beer, mead, yogurt, pickled vegetables, olives, cheese, etc and many of these great foods can be made at home without any hi-tech pasteurization, heat treating equipment, or...
Sorry for the delay in answering David.
I am 90kms north of Perth near Guilderton Western Australia.
7kms from the coast.
no real diversity yet , I just grow the easy things like lettuce, tomato, garlic, capsicum, chillies, cabbage(red and green), broccoli, cauliflower, peas, green beans...