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Cheap and easy enclosures to prevent birds, possums and other animals eating your fruit and vegetables.

We have a real problem with bower birds attacking the vegetable garden and parrots and cockatoos eating our fruit. So, I have had to come up with ways to prevent our crops being taken. One of the cheapest ways to stop animal attack on your crops is to construct enclosure as per the picture above.…

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A few tips on where to put your vegetable garden.

There is a lot of interest around growing vegetables at the moment so I thought I would share with you a few tips on the best place to site your vegetable garden. These few tips will help get you off to a great start with growing and harvesting your own food. Your vegetable garden needs…

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Determining when your finger limes are ready to harvest.

Finger Limes, also known as citrus caviar or caviar limes are full of little balls of juice called vesicles, which look like and are referred to as crystals. The crystals are crisp and burst when crunched between your teeth and are just a delightful addition to any productive backyard. This year I have had a…

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HOW TO GROW ORGANIC ONIONS INFOGRAPHIC

Yes, yes we know we know, we have spoken about growing onions before. But we had a lot of feedback on our Facebook with people asking for something simpler. Something that really broke it down to the core tasks, that could be printed out and hung in the garden shed. Its important that you aim…

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