Khadisha Harvey
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Suburb
Te Henga
I can offer
Nothing yet.
Food Growing Skill Level
Moderate
I am interested in...
Buying Local Food, Learning, Preserving, WWOOFA Hosting, WWOOFA Working
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
Silverbeet, capsicum, toms, beets, aubergine, few herbs, celery, snow peas, broad beans, few diff lettuce, broccilli,
lemons, plums

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At 10:23am on December 27, 2009, Robyn Wolfe said…
Hello! Thank you . I have learned a bit about the elephant garlic. They have little bulblets hanging around the roots. I was puzzled how odd plants would grow in places I hadn't planted. But these tiny bulbs grow until the fourth year when they produce the cloves. I have dug some this year that just look like a big onion. I think next year they will produce cloves. I have read they should always be planted in the same place - so you don't end up with them popping up all over. The tomatoes are doing fine. Photo 4 is the latest on my page. I'm waiting for the begonias to flower. There is a bit of blight starting to show so am using Nature's Curator and a bit of copper now and then.
I noticed the talk on your page about the seaweed. I use the big rubbish bins with the clip on lid for my horsepoo. I guess it would be good for seaweed too.Delete Comment
At 10:06am on August 6, 2009, Peter Rabbit said…
no no that's my mother-in-law :-)
At 11:03pm on August 5, 2009, Pete Russell said…
Hello and welcome Khadisha. Great to have you with us. Looks like you've got the hang of it already. Have fun oooobying!!
At 9:47pm on August 5, 2009, Helen Leggatt said…
Yes, most are nice and red now - but I wouldn't say "bright" - not as bright as my big girls' comb (sorry, did you mean comb or crop - I've confused myself!)

Is there a set amount of time that they go off the lay? I'd thought that perhaps the change of scenery/diet etc for the rescued chooks might mean they take longer to do so.
 
 
 

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