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    #76

    Tomato, basil (purple and normal) and chilli (looking sad after a huge aphid attack)


    Hops (bitter ale) and mint


    and the cottage garden!!






    See my Weber in the background !!
    NiNjA-Keeley
    Thank you, you lords of lore-craft.

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    #77
    Here's a shot i took a while back. Should take another to show you the growth.

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    Mogno

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    #78
    ^
    what you growing bro
    can see some onion on the lower right?????
    nitrojuice

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    #79
    Heres part of my garden, growing all sorts really.

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    gingeralenz

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    #80
    nitrojuice wrote:
    ^
    what you growing bro
    can see some onion on the lower right?????
    Tomatoes, basil, lettuce, violas, carrots, radishes, cucumbers, gherkins, green runner beans, rockmelons, onions, cayenne chilis, potatoes, zucchinis, passionfruit, strawbs, blueberries..list goes on. Will take another pic soon and update this post.

    Edit// here we go the muchly anticipated photo.

    Mogno

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    #81
    Nice photos man! Looks mint. I'm really keen to start growing some veges and fruit myself. Have you guys been keeping up with the new bull**** food bill?
    eargasm

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    #82
    Heres a link to the New Zealand food bill.

    http://bit.ly/ol7zgJ

    Here's also a petition you can sign for against the bill.

    http://www.petitiononline.co.nz/peti...ill-160-2/1301
    eargasm

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    #83
    Cannot believe that this bill is even being considered in NZ of all places...
    refused

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    #84
    Wasn't that thread in OD ??
    NiNjA-Keeley
    Thank you, you lords of lore-craft.

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    #85
    eargasm wrote:
    Heres a link to the New Zealand food bill.

    http://bit.ly/ol7zgJ

    Here's also a petition you can sign for against the bill.

    http://www.petitiononline.co.nz/peti...ill-160-2/1301
    Why? Doesn't affect home gardners.
    pctek

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    #86
    It will affect your ability to buy heirloom seed, which is covered under plant material which can not be traded.
    refused

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    #87
    refused wrote:
    It will affect your ability to buy heirloom seed, which is covered under plant material which can not be traded.
    monsanto strikes again?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monsanto
    sooby

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    #88
    Mogno wrote:
    Tomatoes, basil, lettuce, violas, carrots, radishes, cucumbers, gherkins, green runner beans, rockmelons, onions, cayenne chilis, potatoes, zucchinis, passionfruit, strawbs, blueberries..list goes on. Will take another pic soon and update this post.

    Edit// here we go the muchly anticipated photo.

    Marvelous. What do you do for stopping birds and cats ? We've got zillions of cats around, so not that keen on planting stuff only for them to pooh everywhere in the fresh dirt.
    -[Prometheus]-
    Vanilla Ice Ice Baby

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    #89
    You could try plant some catnip in your front garden (or the neighbours ).
    refused

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    #90
    We've got 3 cats of our own, they tend to avoid the bigger plants and just dig dirt over wherever there's free space. That is excusing the time they killed 2 cucumber seedlings.

    Birds - dont get that many, when the berries get going though we're going to have to get a fine mesh to chuck over the bed.
    Mogno

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    #91
    Cheers. Been reading up at www.tuigarden.co.nz and thinking about what I'd like to do this year. My father used to grow spuds, silverbeet and corn all the time, just got me pondering. Our 2 cats spent a lot of time in the lettuce I was growing in planter boxes till I stuck kebab sticks vertically. But I'm keen for a more practical solution (that doesn't include shooting them).
    -[Prometheus]-
    Vanilla Ice Ice Baby

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    #92
    If we're growing something that's is best sown direct then yea we'll cover the beds with spare stakes, bamboo or what have you (spikes of some sort). Kebab sticks as you say work wonders. Most of our stuff is raised inside and then planted out, just cause it's much easier to raise the plants up in a sheltered environment.

    To get started the Yates Garden Guide is an awesome resource. It has a quite a range of information from composting to what to grow in what climate etc.
    Mogno

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    #93
    will also reccomend this site: http://www.gardenate.com/?zone=7

    (be sure you have it set to the right region tho)
    nitrojuice

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    #94
    For a cat problem, simply install a dog.
    Mutton
    Suspended

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    #95
    My old lady sprinkles pepper and/or cayenne pepper around the areas she doesn't want the cats to go. Apparently they hate that shit. I've also heard that vinegar and used tea leaves will deter them as well.
    t0ast

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    #96
    Mutton wrote:
    For a cat problem, simply install a dog.


    t0ast wrote:
    My old lady sprinkles pepper and/or cayenne pepper around the areas she doesn't want the cats to go. Apparently they hate that shit. I've also heard that vinegar and used tea leaves will deter them as well.
    Hmm, might try this approach. Shotgun is frowned upon in the city.
    -[Prometheus]-
    Vanilla Ice Ice Baby

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    #97
    Here's a little update, things are going CRAZY. Zucchini's esp. This pic was taken yesterday

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    Mogno

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    #98
    Mogno wrote:
    Here's a little update, things are going CRAZY. Zucchini's esp. This pic was taken yesterday
    Awesome to see the progress your garden is making
    Digital Citizen
    Hatu Beast

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    #99
    Mogno wrote:
    Here's a little update, things are going CRAZY. Zucchini's esp. This pic was taken yesterday
    nyce work man...
    nitrojuice

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    Outstanding, those lettuce look good too.
    -[Prometheus]-
    Vanilla Ice Ice Baby