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PostPosted: Nov 9th, '09, 18:25 
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Dufflight wrote:
And they are a great host for good insects.

:lol: :lol:
We have cabbage moth around at the moment... In huge numbers :shock:

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Predator insect. :lol: Lais(spelling) can eat 30 caterpillar egg in an hr in a controlled enviroment. Might take them longer if they have to look.

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Dufflight wrote:
And they are a great host for good insects.

:lol: :lol:
We have cabbage moth around at the moment... In huge numbers :shock:

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PostPosted: Feb 26th, '10, 21:56 
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Also posted in the moon phases thread... :wink:

We have thunderstorms here ... prolly shouldn't be on here but so what :roll: :lol:
I guess you will be getting the rain from us soon.
If you were going to plant seeds then it is a good time to plant root crops like carrots,
spuds, garlic, ginger, beetroot. 2-6th march :flower:

Full moon 1 march... so a blue Moon :wink:

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Here is a cracker calendar for all of Australia and Newzealand. You can also subscribe to get reminder emails of what to plant and when:

http://www.gardenate.com/

Happy planting :)


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Rotating 4 Plots - Yearly Schedule

Written for soil garden "crop rotation" but the dates are great for timing plantings for optimal temperatures with production in mind.
With our microclimate we can't really use generic Zone 9 or Zone 8 schedules...

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more about gardening at http://www.melodyhome.com/article/home- ... dens-7955/


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elaerstelle wrote:


This site doesn't seem to have anything to do with either vegie gardening or aquaponics, so what is your reasoning for posting this link ??

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Hmm... The gardenate page says I have nearly nothing to do until march... :-\ bloody tropics...

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Anyone who can help me determine which of the above fall under zone 11 would be a star in my book!!!


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Dallas country planting guide from Nicholson Hardie in the DFW Metroplex

http://www2.nicholson-hardie.com/wpx-content/uploads/2012/02/Vegtable-planting-guide.pdf

I pretty much live and die by that guide... although I tend to grow whatever I want during winter months in my Greenhouse.

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