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PostPosted: May 7th, '10, 03:02 
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How much beer do you think I should try in my CHIFT/PIST system? Don't want to overdo it. :drunken:

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PostPosted: May 22nd, '10, 08:31 
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Has anybody successfully grown paw paw in victoria?
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Here is a mini capsicum that I have has resulted in good crops. They are sweet and taste great on their own, in salads or lightly steamed, I may be wrong but believe they are called "Jimmy Nardoo"
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Now a question has anyone grown AP passion fruit


I think its possible. In Jamaica does not take anything to grow, its gows wild. Throw in your seeds and there you go, beautiful passion fruit!


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Probably been noted many times but silver beet reallys likes AP :D

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First time I have gotten a feed from 3 leaves. Its usually 10-12 leaves from the dirt garden

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Keep trying you blokes some day you will get it right 8)
this is how to grow silverbeet largest leaf is 70 cm long and the stem is 80 mm wide the whole plant is 1.4 metres accross and its as tender as
the last photo is the experemental bed different media same growth


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If it hasn't been said before, Red Russian Kale goes well in AP and it's a great veg for salads.


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Hey Milne, my plant is only a pup as yet :bootyshake:

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I do like your style Milne :thumbleft: Great results as always!
You too Mantis. :thumbright:

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You just like me for my beer Faye :whistle:

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I did think you had a gool looking stein in that shot, I must say :funny1:

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It is very enjoyable, but may be bit too high in the alc ,as i am feeling a tad light headed
I really should take more measurements when brewing, hic :drunken:

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We grow veggies in floating rafts in the swimming pool, with 5ppt salt to keep the fish happy! We have had some success with quite a few veggies that tolerate this level of salt- celery (see pic), silverbeet, spinach, beetroot, broccoli and mignionette lettuce, as well as lebanese cress which seems to grow anywhere!


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We planted "moon and stars" watermelon, and all of the fruit split at about softball size. In retrospect, the variety is suited to low water conditions, so it was probably a case of the skin not being able to keep up with the rapid growth of fruit. We will try a better suited variety of watermelon next Summer.
Any suggestions as to the variety of watermelon that works? I didn't have any success with a search of the forums.

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