Gardening/Backyard Farmers

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Re: Gardening/Backyard Farmers

Post by snowman » Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:11 pm

I may try potatoes this year as soon as we thaw. We constantly buy potatoes, so if I can save a little growing my own, that just makes sense..

I'd also like to try growing garlic.

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Re: Gardening/Backyard Farmers

Post by UH1FE » Fri Jan 04, 2019 5:16 pm

You and me both on Potatoes! Even though I am from Idaho and plan to retire there I want to grow as much of my own as I can. One thing I have learned from watching the Curtis Stone youtube channel Urban farmer is to separate your garden from the business farm. Some stuff is not economical in a business sense but is absolutely an awesome garden crop.

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Gardening/Backyard Farmers

Post by Timothyvable » Sun Feb 10, 2019 5:52 pm

The Backyard Aquaponics Shop and Display Centre will be closed from 23rd - 26th October for the Gardening Australia Expo on at the Claremont Showgrounds 9.30-4.30 daily.
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