Trisha Rogers
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Trisha Rogers's Discussions

keeping my mangoes safe

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lyn Buffett Feb 5. 12 Replies

Between the possums and…Continue

The viability of producing food in urban environments

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen Freeman Jul 29, 2013. 1 Reply

Great article on the ABC website this morning, lots of useful links as well......Green walls, rooftop vegetable gardens and balcony growing systems are capturing the imagination of city-dwellers…Continue

he Law of the Seed

Started this discussion. Last reply by Trisha Rogers Jun 14, 2013. 2 Replies

A very interesting article at http://therightsofnature.org/the-law-of-the-seed/  something we all need to understand and support.“Seed…Continue

Cucumber recipes

Started Apr 24, 2013 0 Replies

I have had lots of cucumbers this year, they are long and pale green, not sure where i got the seed from. I have been giving to neighbours and friends and trying to find recipes to use them. This…Continue

 

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Louise Staunton liked Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
Feb 16
Trisha Rogers posted a blog post

Logan City Draft Planning Scheme

I am on the Residents Reference Group providing feedback on the Draft Planning Scheme (along with other reference groups) to the council. We have been asked to spread the message across Logan to ensure everyone has an opportunity to comment on the proposed changes.If you want to know how your property or neighbourhood will be zoned and the associated implications of this you can go to …See More
Feb 13
Lyn Buffett replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"I am going to put them on my custard apples!"
Feb 5
Trisha Rogers replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"Hi Rosemary, the fruit ripened as usual, it has been a success for me, just sorry I didn't do it earlier and would have had more fruit. I am going to be saving up my bottles this year so I have lots ready for next year."
Feb 5
Rosemary Grubb replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"We planted corn a couple of weeks ago. It's shooting up. So hopefully we'll get some nice cobs"
Feb 3
Rosemary Grubb replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"How did the fruit ripen. This year I used bags on the mangos instead of netting the tree. But the fruit is taking ages to ripen."
Feb 3
Rosemary Grubb liked Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
Feb 3
Trisha Rogers replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"I'm happy to report that even when the flying foxes and/or possums have pulled them off the tree they havent been able to get the fruit. I'm very pleased that this has worked."
Feb 3
De-Arne Torrisi replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"Thanks for the great idea! Will definitely try this one when my mangoes bear fruit. "
Feb 2
De-Arne Torrisi liked Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
Feb 2
Trinette replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"Cool! "
Jan 30
Mary Perryn liked Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
Jan 29
Trisha Rogers replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"Hi Trinette, I put a small round hole in the bottom of the container and then with a stanley knife slice down to the neck. I then open it out and put around the mango with the whole in the base being large enough to sit tightly on the stem. The…"
Jan 28
Trinette replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"How are the bottle held up, I like the idea... Maybe could use it on tomatoes too?"
Jan 28
Trinette liked Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
Jan 28
Trinette replied to Trisha Rogers's discussion keeping my mangoes safe
"Gardenate says January is ok for corn but Feb is not. I have planted corn today so I'll have to keep my fingers and toes crossed!"
Jan 28

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About Me
I have lived in the area for 7 years and am keenly interested in growing my own vegetables and fruit. I have been studying horticulture part time at TAFE.
The environment is also a keen interest and I try to minimise my impact whereever I can.

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At 10:33 on July 14, 2012, Brandon O'neill said…

hey trisha hows it going :)

At 19:49 on February 6, 2012, Lyn Buffett said…

Yeah but it is probably a poor immitation (he he)

At 11:02 on February 6, 2012, Denise Owen said…

I have seen scare hawks and scare owls at Bunnings and Crazy Clarks for under $10.00.

 

Trisha Rogers's Blog

Logan City Draft Planning Scheme

Posted on February 13, 2014 at 10:52 0 Comments

I am on the Residents Reference Group providing feedback on the Draft Planning Scheme (along with other reference groups) to the council. We have been asked to spread the message across Logan to ensure everyone has an opportunity to comment on the proposed changes.

If you…

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Did you know ... Plants can hear

Posted on May 28, 2013 at 13:22 1 Comment

 What do you think, I took this from the SESL Blog and thought it was really interesting

 

Did you know ... Plants can hear

“I talk to the trees. That’s why they put me away.” So sang Eccles on the Goon Show. But perhaps “they” were too quick to judge.

Recent research studies suggest that plants can not only hear, but also make sounds, and that in fact…

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Zucchetta Rampicante

Posted on April 23, 2013 at 19:40 9 Comments

I have always struggled with zucchini plants in my garden; they tend to get overtaken with powdery mildew before I get much of a crop.

This year I tried a different variety Zucchetta Rampicante, which was a very sprawling vine. I have had a fantastic crop with still a few left to pick. Tonight I…

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ITEMS LEFT AT CEDAR CREEK

Posted on October 16, 2012 at 13:11 2 Comments

I have a purple water bottle and cloth hat that was left behind from the garden visit on Sunday. Please let me know if they are yours and I'll arrange to get them to you.

cheers

Trisha

 
 
 

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