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Pretend Egg to encourage egg laying

Started by Klaudia Edmondson in Chooks and other backyard creatures. Last reply by Klaudia Edmondson on Tuesday. 10 Replies

Hi everyone!Where can I find a plastic/wooden/pottery style pretend egg to get for my new hens?? Does anyone have a spare that I can buy or borrow?? I live in Daisy Hill.TIA!!KlaudiaContinue

"Crops In Vanuatu"

Started by warren goodlet in Logan Food Gardeners and Local events and happenings on Sunday. 0 Replies

G'day folks, Farmer Waz here. My son Samuel is going to Vanuatu as a field trip by the "connect" group at school that is run by scripture union. This happens end of September for one week.This new…Continue

"Happy Chook Eggs"

Started by Deb Ritchie in Chooks and other backyard creatures. Last reply by Deb Ritchie Aug 22. 5 Replies

After seeing the latest disturbing pictures posted by "Animals Australia" on Facebook today I urged everyone to STOP BUYING CAGE EGGS. I now have a friend wanting to know if I know anyone in her area…Continue

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Stinking Roger

Posted by Deb Fazio on August 14, 2014 at 12:43 0 Comments

Has anyone heard of the plant 'Stinking Roger'? Can anyone get a hold of some as i am trying to deter a hungry possum from getting into our community garden bed and i have heard this is a deterrent

Lyn's Garden in August 2014

Posted by Lyn Buffett on August 10, 2014 at 8:30 4 Comments

Wow I am loving my garden at the moment!  I would love you to come to my garden on 16 August and I will share what has been going on here.

Chris Downes has been over recently giving a few suggestions here and there that have made a big difference.  Firstly I asked him why he thought the plants in one of my garden beds were struggling.  He said he thought that the garden bed was too wet.  It happens to be one of my wicking gardens, so I held off on watering it and it improved.  Also We…

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Satisfying day

Posted by Mary Perryn on August 3, 2014 at 15:00 2 Comments

Firstly, I tried out my homemade citrus cleaner; it smells wonderful and does a good job.  Thank you Roman and Jana for the recipe.  I also planted some seeds and documented what seed went where in my planting tray.  I am feeling very organised as I usually rely on my memory for this job!  Lastly I preserved some lemons as a birthday prezzie for a friend.  Thank goodness I had heaps of lemons to get the 2 cups of juice for the brine.  Anyway, it was a great way to use up surplus lemons and…

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Klaudia Edmondson replied to Klaudia Edmondson's discussion Pretend Egg to encourage egg laying
"Some good ideas here, thanks! I did actually find a pretend egg at a local produce, but also used the golf ball idea that was posted earlier. All my 5 hens are laying daily at the moment, can't be happier :-)))"
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LFG Event: Sunday 21 September 2014 Garden Visit to Roger and Brenda Clark's Park Ridge garden at Greenbank

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In September, Roger and Brenda Clark welcome us to the five acre Park Ridge property where they have lived for 35 years as their blog attests.Theirs is an unusual situation. They have plenty of space to establish fruit trees and grow the vegetables which supply their kitchen, but Roger has reverted to container gardening to achieve productivity. He has done this to…See More
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Pretend Egg to encourage egg laying

Hi everyone!Where can I find a plastic/wooden/pottery style pretend egg to get for my new hens?? Does anyone have a spare that I can buy or borrow?? I live in Daisy Hill.TIA!!KlaudiaSee More
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My apologies if I am the novice in LFG and everyone else knows this - A real testimony for organic matter in the garden came with my inspection of my soil improvement project this morning. We had 110 mm of rain over past 48 hours, half of which came around midnight last night. Water penetration on the natural ground was around 20ml, ie most of the rain is in the creek down the hill. It is not much better where soil was piled up, as it has become hydrophobic. BUT - where I have been piling all…See More
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