Dose anyone grow fruit n veg in your back yards .

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mashy

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So I take it the drake's can get a bit agressive? Do you breed them. I'm pretty keen to get a breeding pair just a little worried about them getting along ok with my chickens. Would be great to be able to make duck curry from home grown 🦆🔥🍴😁
 
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So when you are outside how many harvests are possible i grew out side a couple of times but they weren’t the best thing is the weather is not reliable enough to be able to do the same thing as a indoor garden i would love 💕 to grow out side of course inside as well your weather is gt isn’t it i have some family members who have emigrated to Australia 🇦🇺 not sure 🤔 what part but jimmy said when he came back to England that he would never think about moving back to England again he absolutely loves it out there he has visited that one and only time fair play good result for the whole family sorry im rambling on this is not a all of our yesteryears forum peace ✌️
I'm now living far down south in Tasmania so my out doors is just one crop a year indoors 4 a year
 
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So I take it the drake's can get a bit agressive? Do you breed them. I'm pretty keen to get a breeding pair just a little worried about them getting along ok with my chickens. Would be great to be able to make duck curry from home grown 🦆🔥🍴😁
They can be but I don't want these breeding I have 2 full black IR drake's coming from different breeder you don't want brother n sister mating the ducklings will suffer and be not very strong best to keep them completely spare from that problem , only breed for our our purpose mate I like to know where my food comes from
 
Flexnerb

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Started on the next stage of my little farm garden in the burbs 15 X 6 m area for my ducks . All recycled fencing used of job sites and hard rubbish collection in our area . Od
You got them brown snakes in NSW?

Are taz'svrecovering from that camcer/virus that was killing them off mysteriously
 
Cypress66

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No probs here @Cypress66 - I like shooting the shit too. Was good listening in - I love my music but am completely ignorant about reggae, beside Bob Marley of course.
Well you have mentioned the ultimate prophet and the most loving and genuine spokesman for truth and rights for the people the man was and still is today really but trust me there is so much more of this music to discover more than you can listen to in one ☝️ lifetime I’ve learned that very early on but it is great to listen 👂 to all you can trust me my brother
 
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You got them brown snakes in NSW?

Are taz'svrecovering from that camcer/virus that was killing them off mysteriously
Yes huge big ones up there down here it's tiger and copperheads well the devil's have bounced back but they still carry the virus in some areas in Hobart last week on our way home from the city we saw a family of them in the city streets rummaging in the bins ...
 
Cypress66

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Well you have mentioned the ultimate prophet and the most loving and genuine spokesman for truth and rights for the people the man was and still is today really but trust me there is so much more of this music to discover more than you can listen to in one ☝ lifetime I’ve learned that very early on but it is great to listen 👂 to all you can trust me my brother
Great 👍 one too check out in my humble opinion is chronixx meets protoge mixed by dj easy i saw protoge in Amsterdam a few years back and what a fantastic gig all you could smell was well I’ll see if you can guess all of the older stars are slowly dieing these guys have been around for many decades but the likes of the mighty diamonds and misty in roots are still going strong amazing 😉 people
 
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1982 reggae sunsplash we saw the diamonds really old class act indeed , Steel pulse is my go to UK reggae love David Hinze gorgan massive dreads . Linton quezy Johnson Street 66 the list goes on n on . Josey Whales John Dillinger CB 200
 
Cypress66

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1982 reggae sunsplash we saw the diamonds really old class act indeed , Steel pulse is my go to UK reggae love David Hinze gorgan massive dreads . Linton quezy Johnson Street 66 the list goes on n on . Josey Whales John Dillinger CB 200
Yeah steel pulse quality i read somewhere that handsworth revolution was a favourite of mister Robert nesta Marley doesn’t justice stand for all what a track never had a chance to get to see them but seen Misty about 5 times now very much like the diamonds u got 3 very harmonious vocalists all singing together you really would think like steel pulse that they were straight out of Jamaica misty and the pulse have been around since the late 70 s man burning spear is another great 👍 talent im not sure if he’s in a very good way at the moment i heard he was in trouble hopefully i heard wrong if you get a chance check out burning spear playing the best or it might be worded the finest reggae you will ever hear 👂 and u will be impressed if you like skanking
 
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We spent 18 months in Jamaica getting off junk meet 2 very cool dreads husband n wife in UK they took us back to find ourselves again already had a love for the music but when in the west Indies it's all the mainstream sound you heard we saw lots of dance hall gigs yellow man purple man Eka mouse I can hear them chant there lyrics to the same dub track playing , sly n Robie sure drank lots of red stripe n Evans rum .
 
dire wolf

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We spent 18 months in Jamaica getting off junk meet 2 very cool dreads husband n wife in UK they took us back to find ourselves again already had a love for the music but when in the west Indies it's all the mainstream sound you heard we saw lots of dance hall gigs yellow man purple man Eka mouse I can hear them chant there lyrics to the same dub track playing , sly n Robie sure drank lots of red stripe n Evans rum .
Wha do dem ..........
 
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Cypress66

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One day One drop my bro ....I'm comin for a visit and we gonna crank up dem boys
The cool 😎 ruler voice like velvet what about the mellow canary i think 💭 this man was named barrington levy still on top of the pile another legend goes back to the mid 70s under mi sensi. Whhhhhoooo. Ooooo seen sweet tunes
 
Cypress66

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We spent 18 months in Jamaica getting off junk meet 2 very cool dreads husband n wife in UK they took us back to find ourselves again already had a love for the music but when in the west Indies it's all the mainstream sound you heard we saw lots of dance hall gigs yellow man purple man Eka mouse I can hear them chant there lyrics to the same dub track playing , sly n Robie sure drank lots of red stripe n Evans rum .
I got married in negril on the beach by a Rasta pastor rasta was his title cost me 150 American dollars 💵 for his service just me and my woman no family or friends I had the goundsman lovely man made a very good friend of the man the place is definitely an eye opener the corruption is very bad no one is getting paid even the police so they are all on the scam what choice do they have but I met some genuine sound people who helped us get the service organised they were excellent and they are always in my memories good people i could live out there for good but it is making a living you won’t ever go hungry 😋 you have the sea for fish and all the trees mostly are fruit 🍇 bearing but the people are living a hard life they have to pay for education or no school but they are so happy 😀 i would love to go back and surprise my man Dwayne i think we would be getting a bit emotional very dark horse 🐎 led the straight path used to come up to the room every day and we would have a smoke of the local weed and talk about everything really lovely 😊 dude one ☝️ day
 
PiffinOut

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nice! hopefully you're funding situation is on-point soon. it's a lot of fun to get into. i'm basically doing the back to eden method for my fruit trees and bushes. lot of work in the beginning hauling wood chips to get everything started. that was 3 years ago this spring so my soil underneath should be insanely rich leading to some decent fruit this year. looking forward to getting out there again when the weather turns
im in the northeast and did back to eden... and ill never look back.
my soil is soft and dark, all i supplement with is composted waste from the house and yard processes as well as some urine, rotting/termited wood, bark and shredded cardboard. i can rip out weeds and plant roots at will even though i rarely rip anything out until end of season. its a big change from previous. I can literally drop a shovel and it goes damn near all the way down, I used to have to stomp on the shovel in the old garden that used black weedresistant covers and regular supplementation. here in the north east...i am a strong advocate for the back to eden method. i have heard it doesnt work well in some parts of the country here in america though the further south you go due to perpetual weed problems, though I suspect that improper composting procedures were the cause, but I can not say for certain.

if anyones considering the back to eden method.. jjust as a quick tip id recommend going very heavy on benath ground/ rooting crops. Crops like potatos, carrots, and parsnips the first few years work well,but dont harvest them. These underground crops will naturally till the soil, both during their life and after their death. Its important to let them grow massive and then let them rot as it will encourage earthworms and other decomposer bugs to naturally till the ground for you.

im a believer in the back to eden method here in this part of the country. the best garden to work and eat from is the one that takes care of its self.
 
Cypress66

Cypress66

I got married in negril on the beach by a Rasta pastor rasta was his title cost me 150 American dollars 💵 for his service just me and my woman no family or friends I had the goundsman lovely man made a very good friend of the man the place is definitely an eye opener the corruption is very bad no one is getting paid even the police so they are all on the scam what choice do they have but I met some genuine sound people who helped us get the service organised they were excellent and they are always in my memories good people i could live out there for good but it is making a living you won’t ever go hungry 😋 you have the sea for fish and all the trees mostly are fruit 🍇 bearing but the people are living a hard life they have to pay for education or no school but they are so happy 😀 i would love to go back and surprise my man Dwayne i think we would be getting a bit emotional very dark horse 🐎 led the straight path used to come up to the room every day and we would have a smoke of the local weed and talk about everything really lovely 😊 dude one ☝ day
How are you feeling today of mashy and everyone else hope that your all feeling ire feel it in the one drop but we still got time to rock give us the teachings of his majesty and we don’t want no devil philosophy smoke and be happy 😃
 
Cypress66

Cypress66

How are you feeling today of mashy and everyone else hope that your all feeling ire feel it in the one drop but we still got time to rock give us the teachings of his majesty and we don’t want no devil philosophy smoke and be happy 😃
How are you od
 
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