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Humusbeings's Edible Backyard

Joined: 16/10/11 Updated: 16/10/11 Frost:

About My Edible Backyard

Why Humusbeings Love's Edible Plants

Fremantle sand, salty air, Perth summers.

Many potted edibles and many natives and edibles in the ground, too.


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Ants in pots - You can stick some to sticky tape and send to ag dept pests and disease section...4121 days 2hrs
Ants in pots - It depends on the type of ants you have. Do some have big heads and the nest in paving? Or are they small and dark and smell when squashed? ..4121 days 2hrs
Vanilla orchid - I just bought a good sized vanilla vine today down at my local farmer's market and a chocolate tree too. The vanilla is a good score and I'm feeling hopeful that it will grow as long as we spoil it a bit through Perth summer. Eep. I suspect the Theobrom..4573 days 9hrs
Gardening in perth sands - I was told by someone who knows their stuff the other day that the bentonite used for kitty litter is likely to have a lot of bad salts in it as it is a sodium bentonite... maybe check the labels before using it. The soil additives will be more reliable a..4608 days 9hrs

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