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Winter Crops

Started Apr 13, 2014 0 Replies

Well better late than never, at the end of this month I will have 3 "Strawberry Towers" ready with 72 plants!!! If any-one would like to know my recipe I would love to share it with you. Think about…Continue

"Weather"

Started Mar 22, 2014 0 Replies

Check out "Hayden Walkers Long Range Weather Forecasting" web site. For the open minded this company has an %80 accuracy record in predicting weather events a year before they happen. They predicted…Continue

"Re- Food Security Update"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lyn Buffett Mar 16, 2014. 6 Replies

I have the green light from my Paster to structure a permanent supply each week to just one needy family that turns up at the church office because they cannot afford enough food for their family.…Continue

"Strawberry Towers"

Started Feb 27, 2014 0 Replies

 Very soon I will be preparing my own organic blend for 3 strawberry towers. Once the mix is right I will let it air for 3-4 weeks, & then go for it. The 3 towers will stock 72 plants so I think…Continue

 

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I have learned to be gratefull for the life i have & get a real kick out of giving away free food from my garden to anyone who is willing to receive.I used to be a very selfish man until i learn't that it is "more blessed to give than receive" & this truth set me free.:)

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At 9:10 on October 2, 2014, Deb Fazio said…

Hi Warren, I have lots of tomato plants and loads of tomatoes and i am waiting patiently for them to ripen and have found fruit fly this morning. I have neem oil but on the eco neem container which i have as well it says not to use on plants or fruit that is going to be consumed.  I was going to use my oil in a spray that you have suggested but just wondered about this. Have you had any adverse reactions or have you heard about this?

At 6:00 on April 15, 2014, Jaime Davis said…

Wow, thanks Warren! Will do!

At 16:01 on April 13, 2014, Claire said…
Wow that's awesome. I would love to check out your garden sometime.
At 16:53 on November 16, 2013, Sari Csollany said…

Thank you for the warm welcome Warren.

At 18:15 on November 8, 2013, Colin Westwood said…

Good luck, I tried something similar for a year and a half with zero success as previously mentioned, before admitting defeat and purchasing my first hive from Dr Tim Heard.

At 17:51 on November 2, 2013, Colin Westwood said…

Only have the standard OATH hive with honey super available as designed by Dr Tim Heard. These are available for $150. each which does not include the bees by the way.

I currently have a waiting list for populated working hives, so am unable to supply you with one at this time.

Your chances of attracting bees to a log, hive or any other item are pretty much zero.Templex Nursery in Beaudesert Rd sometimes has working hives for sale, but his hives are very lightweight and are not of the standard design, making it a bit tricky when doing a hive split/ duplication, but his hives appear to be the cheapest available, as the going price is usually around $400. for a working OATH design hive.

At 17:28 on October 8, 2013, Vanessa said…

Hi Warren, just wanted you to know that the yacon has started to shoot and the tree tomato has its first flowers just about to open!  Thank you so much.

Now to wait for some rain.

At 21:51 on October 1, 2013, Kathy Grube said…
Hi Warren, the best way to learn is from our failures. I have Green Harvest bags (both the cloth types designed by them for tomatoes and large paper bags - trialing which works best)which I am putting on trusses as soon as I can see the first little tomato forming. I have fruit flies stinging my very tiny green fruit and am also seeing larger holes in the fruit, along with the discovery of a little brown caterpillar hiding under the sepals, which I am guessing is a tomato grub. Should I be putting the bags on the trusses before the fruit start to set to protect from tomato grub? I have copied down your neem oil recipe -what have you found neem oil to help with? Are you still using Eco-Naturalure? I have painted the inside of milk cartons with it and placed them around the gardem upside-down and sideways hoping to lure fruit flies in. I watched a male fruit fly enter one of my Wild May traps today, but after a couple of hours it was gone and must have escaped.
At 16:01 on September 27, 2013, Gabriele Duffy said…

must get some chooks then :-)

At 17:48 on September 26, 2013, Deb Fazio said…

Hi Warren,

I have been given some neem oil from a BOGI member who I did some cleaning for today. Its in a pickles bottle so about 500ml or so. How diluted do I make it?

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Mud Army BBQ

Posted on March 1, 2013 at 11:16 1 Comment

Tomorrow i have been invited to this BBQ & one of the flood victims we helped has set up a photo shoot with the paper & of course a story to boot......how cool is that:)

 
 
 

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