Ooops! The photo won’t attach, argh!
I am having the same problem too on my desktop?
Well mixed responses really!
Some shopping for ease (saving time not money), some for principle (supporting local shops against the major players) and some not interested on ordering online.
What if your local shop could also list their prices on the site?
What if you checked the prices and went to the shop yourself instead of ordering online?…[Read more]
Just found this link on making square newspaper seedlings pots
I will give it go this week.
Anyone got any tips for making newspaper pots?
The ones I have made in the past were not fantastic, kept tipping over! Maybe a square type of pot might be more sturdy?
I have done this too!
I would need to have punnets I think to transport them to the festival. Not sure I have enough time to grow the amount I will need for a stall though.
Thanks for all the posts everyone!
What I am thinking is a site that compares the big players and the local/independent supermarkets. The small players may give the big guns a run for their money!
Interesting feedback, thanks everyone!
Just thought a site where you could compare prices ‘in real time’ might be beneficial. The concept of ordering online was just an option for those that would use it.
I agree, I too don’t read the specials shoved through my letter box!
But if I could go online and find out who were the cheapest for my big shop I would do it!
Alot of us are on a budget and trying ‘live simply’ so just wanted some feedback on whether
others would be interested in such a site!
Those websites are not what I am looking for
What I am wanting to find out is if any of you would use a website that compares supermarket prices?
For example, comparing Coles, Woolworths, IGA, ALDI, foodworks etc.
Also, would you order their products online?
replied to the topic Just a quick comment – probably not really a thread to continue. in the forum General chat and catching up 9 years ago
I am from the UK and have never voted. There are many (in the UK) that complain about which party wins and how it should be another party but they never actually voted themselves. I did vote this year not because I was forced to but because here in Australia more emphasis and information is provided about the whole process and candidates standing…[Read more]
I’m on the Sunshine Coast, QLD. Currently have beans, onions, lettuce, capsicum,beetroot, sliver beet, toms, cucumber and cauliflower in seedling trays ready to plant out next weekend. Decided this year I would only plant what I like as gave sooooooooo much away last year as I planted anything and everything! Also have some herbs on the go too.
I have just sown some seedlings so I guess I will just have to wait and see what happens.
I sort of knew what answer I would get. But, what the heck I’ll give them another go. This year I will keep the seedlings in the shade house as last year I think I cooked them in my little plastic greenhouse lol.
I have 2 weeks off work and I intend to get some winter seedlings on the go and prepare the veggie patch ready for planting.
I will be planting
I still have carrots, cucumbers and eggplant growing but another couple of weeks and I will have 6 empty beds ready to rock and roll!
We used shade cloth from http://www.netprocanopies.com for our poly tunnel. They do sell the white 50% on the roll but we used their 15% shade nets which come in 6m x 6m or 10m x 10m. This was a much cheaper option and has proved very effective in keeping the bugs and animals away plus reducing burning and damage from heavy rains.
Toms, eggplant, carrots yesterday.
I don’t think my tomato plants will be left standing by the morning if this rain continues though!
Looks like a snake track to me… sorry!
replied to the topic Polypipe and Shadecloth Construction Questions – Long! in the forum Vegetables 9 years, 4 months ago
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