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What is this top soil thingy you talk of ??? 😉
I wish I had some
same here snags …… topsoil is a memory from 35yrs ago
we have crap soil which is mostly clay
Thanks for the welcome, yes top soil, he’s a lucky boy. It’s a far cry from granite country where we almost needed dynamite to plant a fruit tree.
Just a thought it would help if every body put a general location next to there profile like I did [sunbury ] and a few others have done [liora Yarra valley ] ect ect
Reading different threads what did you plant [example I am planting silver beet leeks ect ect ]
I think wonder what area they are in i
stuff to give away plants ect ect
You get the general idea if its in qld its no good looking if you are in melb
south burnett here, 0 would leave it to Judi but she puts specifics in and I don;t like that lol
I have it under my name, how I put it next to it I haven’t a clue. I’m in McIntyre central vic.
it doesn’t come up Ballamara
we can’t see it
I got well n truly told off one day for asking the same thing lol
a few years ago now
You are right it must have been before the big melt down. That shows how much notice I take.
I know how to do it =D> go into menu, edit profile and type it in.
Great that’s the way peoples :)>-
Hi, I’ve just joined here after looking around for a little while. We live on an acre in a small country town. I have fruit trees growing and raised garden beds for the veggies, I have a continuous battle with couch grass…hate the stuff. We also have chooks for eggs and cleaning up the garden and to watch their funny antics! Years ago we lived more simply but somehow in the last few years things lapsed, ill health, life got busy etc. But I have had enough of feeling stressed all the time and would love to go back to a much simpler and happier way of life. Hoping to find lots of inspiration/motivation here!
you n me both sister when it comes to couch grass
I would even put up with couch grass around the dam if it would stay green, then the roos could eat that instead of my treelings.
Calliecat If you are having any success with getting rid of the rotten couch grass, I would love to hear what’s working for you 🙂