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Create your own food forest - Shared screen with speaker view
Jon Buttery
26:08
Whats the best way to create a lovely shady spot to sit under?
Heather
29:17
Which part of pig face is edible and how is it prepared?
Megan Bird
30:12
How do you create ground cover while also allowing for movement through a backyard?
Raica’s
30:22
My main problem is the dry concrete clay in my front yard. My neighbours have gum trees in both sides.
Joanne’s iPhone
33:37
Do the wood chips change the ph?
Taryn
34:39
If you don't have space for all of the layers, which ones are ok to omit? if any!
julie
36:44
when is the best time of the year to mulch with wood chips?
Maria
41:38
How can we get a trap?
Raica’s
43:12
I have 1400m2 of land which I would love to transform into a food forest. But how to improve soil in this scale?
Jenny
44:44
How do you manage possums and rats
Maria
44:57
Thank you
Raica’s
45:25
And cockatoos?
-Jeanette-
45:40
Im on a ½ acre semi bush block. Is it possible to have a food forrest growing amongst gum trees? Or would I be wasting my time?
janelle
57:38
Your figs are small
janelle
57:47
Do you trim them
Maria
57:57
I love figs but not sure about the roots
janelle
58:13
I want to plant one n my front (small) garden
Taryn
58:26
If you don't have space for all of the layers, are there any that are ok to omit (if any)?
-Jeanette-
01:01:24
What are the best fruit trees to plant in Melbourne that will give fruit within 2 years? Or am I dreaming (For us hungry gardeners)
Natasha Dearden
01:01:38
Do you have any suggestions for smaller space garden fruit trees and bushes? We have a 4x4.5m outdoor area for veggies in a ground floor apartment. We have a big birdies raised bed and some smaller other raised beds and pots. But am very eager to get a more layered and diverse collection going
julie
01:02:29
any tips about lemon trees and dealing with wasps?
Joanne’s iPhone
01:04:52
Would you incorporate some dwarf trees in pots as well to avoid root competition
janelle
01:06:02
Ohhh My neighbours have put in a tree in their yard close to our fence where I have a small citrus trying to take off, Is this potentially a problem for my citrus
janelle
01:06:21
Cat pooh?
Van
01:10:33
What is the pink flower in the left hand photo in front of the chook?
Nirosha
01:10:48
Anyone know place to fins aspurugus plants?
janelle
01:11:34
Diggers club
Nirosha
01:11:56
Thanks Janelle
Catherine Lim
01:12:24
Do you grow asparagus from seeds or seedlings is better?
janelle
01:13:13
Crown https://www.diggers.com.au/shop/edibles/asparagus-fat-bastard-f1/s0071/
Van
01:13:48
Thank you - Mexican aniseed - who would have thought :)
Catherine Lim
01:14:11
Tks
janelle
01:14:32
How strong a frame do you need for grape?
Luz Bejar
01:14:50
there is a part of my backyard that we poison around 8 months ago, how long do I need to wait to prepare the soil to put my chickens in there or make a veggie garden?
julie
01:15:43
how do recommend getting rid of bad insects but keeping good ones?
janelle
01:17:38
How much sun do kiwis need?
Catherine Lim
01:18:18
Are lizards good for garden?
janelle
01:21:01
?Anyone got kiwis
janelle
01:21:12
I can get cuttings from
Lynda Giles
01:22:12
Are we finishing soon as I need to go …
Joanne’s iPhone
01:23:13
Arent hoses medicated?
My Smart Garden
01:23:20
We'll finish the preso at 7.45 then there will be extra time for question. This presentation is being recorded so you can also view it another time when it suits!
Joanne’s iPhone
01:23:26
Horses
Luz Bejar
01:23:30
Besides horse manure, which one is the best one?
Lynda Giles
01:23:45
Thank you !!
Tonya
01:24:45
Thank you Scott, Jennie and My Smart Garden for this informative session
Tonya
01:25:03
Have another meeting to attend
-Jeanette-
01:27:00
Can you buy organic hay bales in Melbourne. Not the plastic wrapped stuff from Bunnings. I can’t find any.
Natasha Dearden
01:27:32
Yes! I’ve gotten them from CERES nursery in Brunswick :)
Catherine Lim
01:28:21
Is Eco Pests safe and what can u use it for? Tks
Joanne’s iPhone
01:28:22
Slasher worked after 3 goes
-Jeanette-
01:28:40
Thanks Natasha!
Luz Bejar
01:28:57
goo, thaks for the information.
julie
01:34:28
how do you keep mozzies away when have a pond?
Steffanie
01:35:07
Great tips, thank you for sharing. Question: I planted 2 dwarf type fruit salad trees (1 citrus, 1 stone) in raised garden beds (about 120cm deep) and placed a weed mat at the bottom. Are the roots likely to grow through the mat eventually or should I consider the trees potted?
Catherine Lim
01:41:50
How do you use your prawn shells?
Antonella Marsengo
01:41:50
how do you get rid of onion weed?
janelle
01:42:04
THANK YOU
Cam Luong
01:43:10
I bought a grafted persimmon tree that produced fruits in six months. Pleasantly surprised.
julie
01:44:07
what weed products do you recommend for edible plants and our pets?
janelle
01:44:41
My citrus is close to the fence where my neighbour has put in a big tree is there potential root competition issues?
janelle
01:44:59
Oh my citrus is new /small still
iPhone
01:46:59
Any tips on growing Passionfruit ?
julie
01:47:26
how do you keep mozzies away using plants?
Jon Buttery
01:47:44
Whats the best way to create a lovely shady spot to sit under?
Catherine Lim
01:47:51
Can you throw prawn shells straight into the compost? Tks
Jenni Bond
01:47:54
I am about to plant out a verge with fruit trees, do I mix up the plantings or plant same with same
J Holt
01:48:09
Thanks very much Scott, super informative.
Natasha Dearden
01:48:28
That’s great advice thank you! Thankfully we have lots of north facing sun in between the building shade
Joanne’s iPhone
01:50:18
Thank you Scott, my smart garden. Extremely informative. I really appreciate it.
Catherine Lim
01:51:51
Tks!
-Jeanette-
01:53:40
Scott is amazingly informative and witty. Does he run courses? I would love to learn more.
julie
01:55:49
when should trees be trimmed?
Jon Buttery
01:57:04
Wonderful webinar = thanks!!!
Megan Bird
01:57:42
Thankyou so much Scott! This was excellent.
Natasha Dearden
01:57:45
Such a great event - thanks so much for your expertise (and entertainment!!)
Jenni Bond
01:58:01
Does Scott have open garden / orchard
Steffanie
01:58:29
Very informative. Thank you all, learned lots
Sandra
01:59:23
Very informative and interesting thanks.
Heather
02:00:33
Yes, thanks for your valuable input and sharing.
Emma
02:00:39
Thank you so much! :)
julie
02:00:54
thankyou. very informative.
-Jeanette-
02:01:51
Thank you so much. This was incredible. I can’t thank you enough Scott.
monicaha
02:02:02
Thank you for great session!
Nirosha
02:02:04
how we can get seeds from library?
Van
02:02:18
Thank you so much - this was great.
Jenni Bond
02:02:22
Fantastic session
A
02:02:34
Fabulous info. Thanks
Raica’s
02:02:36
Thank you very much for today!
iPhone
02:03:05
Wonderful session
Nirosha
02:03:06
thanks
Antonella Marsengo
02:03:59
thankyou