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  1. #21
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    Pretty impressed with this zucchini's effort.

    Sown last Friday and sprouted yesterday. Doubled in size o/night. The other seed planted hasn't sprouted yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
    Pretty impressed with this zucchini's effort.

    Sown last Friday and sprouted yesterday. Doubled in size o/night. The other seed planted hasn't sprouted yet.

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    Isn't fantastic when they finally come up
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    The second one popped out yesterday arvo.

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    Our first veg patch with timed watering system. The garden seems to like it a lot more than my morning manual efforts.

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    The above is mostly due to town water and fluke. I have a lot to learn.
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    Potatoes and yams are a good idea around here because of all the birds patrolling the gardens, plus a dozen chooks trying to get into the veggie garden.
    We are going to revive a derelict greenhouse this week for seedlings to be safe.
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    We have another week of 30C+ coming up so I will just have to wait until it cools down/rains before I can transplant the seedlings that I have got going, Roll on winter.
    The peas, beans, pumpkin ang pac sum are starting to fire up through.

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    We were lucky to have some pumpkin come up out of the compost. Now itís taken over most of the back yard and is even climbing fences and trees. Again itís all because of the watering system.

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    My gardening on purpose has pretty much been limited to chillies so far (I like to make the occasional fermented hot sauce).

    Last week, I spread the seeds from a pumpkin and a rockmelon into a bit of a dirt patch behind the shed. Lo and behold, the area is littered with seedlings about 50mm tall.

    The raised planter has sprouted it's annual potato crop, so we shall see how many we get this year. It pretty much looks after itself.
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    I put in some citrus, lemon, orange and mandarin

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