- This topic has 1,695 replies, 44 voices, and was last updated 2 years ago by .
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Watering, watering and more watering.
having to hand water in autumn is a pain but has to be done. After that it is going to be too hot outside to do anything.
Rain Maker worked
Must be powerful because it worked here too.
Send it south please snags March here feels like it is still January.
good morning alisonc (I see we are on ALS) at the same time. Have a great day 🙂
Send rain south please! Nothing exciting at all here, just watering.
beautiful 38mm was gratefully received last night 🙂
It rained all night and most of the day quite heavy the tanks are overflowing but the garden beds are dry under the mulch,its been so dry even with daily watering the soil has become hyfrophobic…..Digging in lots of organic matter and I will give it lots of seasol and see what happens,,,its too dry for worms but I will need to try and get some when it cools down a bit….I have worm towers in the beds
That sounds like my garden beds snags, we still haven’t had any rain. Oh maybe tomorrow. Have a great day all.
It is a bit cooler here today, still no rain though.
I have pumped up water all of yesterday and most of today to fill my extra big tank up the hill.
The bottom tanks were over flowing now the top one is too…we had even more rain today that wasnt forecast…that rain maker is doing its job
Well over 100 mm and the beds are bone dry 75mm down,I am adding heaps of coco peat and they are full of crusher dust,charcoal and zeolite,hopefully a few more days of drenching rain may help theres more forecast
Sat and watched the rain