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Happy New Year

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Jantina starts with ...
Happy New Year to everyone. May your fruits be plentiful and perfect and ignored by birds, possums and any other uninvited guests.
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Jantina
Mt Gambier
1st January 2014 5:48am
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JohnMc1 says...
Thank you Jantina, ditto to you and everyone here. I will be in that dream you spoke of as soon as I finish my poly tunnel project, can't wait.
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John Mc
Warnervale NSW
1st January 2014 7:57am
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JUJUBEFORSALEINMELBOURNE1 says...
Happy new year to you Jantina and all our wonderful friends at Daley’s forum. May 2014 year be a very happy one and prosperity is always with you.

Lucy
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Clayton, VIC
1st January 2014 7:58am
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David says...
Ditto from the subtropics, happy new year everyone .David
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Brisbane
1st January 2014 8:26am
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Jenny says...
Happy New Year everyone! An Irish toast: May the frost never afflict your spuds. May the outside leaves of your cabbage always be free from worms. May the crow never pick your haystack, and may your donkey always be in foal.
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Jenny
Brisbane
1st January 2014 9:40pm
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MaryT says...
Have a good year, everyone. I am starting a second worm farm with worms that I collected from underneath my pots. I never had to buy worms. My first farm is overflowing and our Council is providing them at $30 each after you completed a quiz. Some councils give them away for free; compost bins too. Google Compost Revolution for details.
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MaryT
Sydney
2nd January 2014 7:19am
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