Showus ya Vegie garden

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jdonly1
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Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by jdonly1 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 5:29 pm

Ok guys show us ya gardens :wink:
Here is a few pics of ours
Established.They have
Red onions,garlic,beans,cauliflower,broccoli,beetroot,leeks,chives,shallots,tarragon,thyme,cucumbers,tomato plants
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The New ones we set up last weekend
this one has beans,corn and capsicums so far
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In these ones around the dog pens we have
Berries a mixture if berry plants and some rosemary
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This one has......Two types of climbing beans and a male and female kiwi fruit
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And this one has....Cucumbers,a hops plant and some snow peas
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bodgy
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by bodgy » Sun Nov 13, 2011 5:48 pm

Ohhh yair,here we go,who's got the best garden!!!





Just kidding, great stuff JD :roll: sort of goes hand in hand with what we do, backyard BBQ, chooks and a few veges, bring it on guys
Bodgy

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jdonly1
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by jdonly1 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:06 pm

Hahaha
I have a couple of little gardens :wink:
We are trying to get pretty much self sufficient here
Have chooks,sheep and a couple of killer cattle

titch
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by titch » Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:07 pm

Nothing huge but it keeps us in Veges.
Pumpkin grows behind the chookpen as well as Corn.
Pots of herbs and veges everywhere as well.
Hot house is under construction ,but will have to wait.
Drainage problems come first.

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Cheers.
Titch
Cheers
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by jdonly1 » Mon Nov 14, 2011 6:09 am

Nice mate
Looking forward to seeing that hot house when finished :wink: Are you lining it with lazer light??

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by titch » Mon Nov 14, 2011 6:40 am

jdonly1 wrote:Nice mate
Looking forward to seeing that hot house when finished :wink: Are you lining it with lazer light??

Yes I will be,
Cheers.
Titch
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by urbangriller » Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:31 pm

Hey Kev,

Why don't you show us your Herb garden? 8) 8)

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by Commander Cody » Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:42 pm

nope,

i wasn't in vietnam, but the sound of choppers overhead scare the willies outtame........ :lol: :lol: :lol:

noice gardens there boyze.

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by Chalky » Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:59 pm

I'd show you all mine , but it's too obsene and might scare a few of you all hobby farmers away :P
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by Smokey » Mon Nov 14, 2011 9:47 pm

Chalky wrote:I'd show you all mine , but it's too obsene and might scare a few of you all hobby farmers away :P

I was thinking the very same thing, Trying to grow Fu--ing organic is a pain in the arse,, too much work.
Aparently Im supposed to be out there now squishing bugs with my fingers,,, Yeh [email protected]#ing right I will.

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I make me own spray,
HORTICO TOMATO DUST.
It has Spinosad, Copper and Sulfer.
Mix 1 teaspoon per litre water with a little white oil.
Bang, You have a compleat and cheap spray that takes care of just about the lot.
If trees screamed when we cut them down, We wouldn't. If they screamed all the time we would.
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by bodgy » Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:50 pm

Smokey Mick wrote:
Spinosad,,,, My saviour
I make me own spray,
HORTICO TOMATO DUST.
It has Spinosad, Copper and Sulfer.
Mix 1 teaspoon per litre water with a little white oil.
Bang, You have a compleat and cheap spray that takes care of just about the lot.
Is that concoction the go for leafy veg like cabbage too Mick?

What about fruit fly? I'm getting quite a few males in the trap.
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by Smokey » Tue Nov 15, 2011 4:39 pm

Perfect for fruit fly, I make a real oily mix and spray it over my citrus, Stone and exotics.
For greens, You need a lay off time before harvest. I leave it a week , Three or four days for tomatoes and wash well
If trees screamed when we cut them down, We wouldn't. If they screamed all the time we would.
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by bodgy » Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:10 pm

Thanks Mick, I'll give it a whirl, the little cabbages are covered in moth eggs and the dust is a pain in the arse to get on the underside of the leaves!
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by jdonly1 » Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:14 pm

Might give that a shot me self.We are having a problem with bloody slugs,shits of things :evil:

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by jdonly1 » Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:15 pm

:mrgreen:


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