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PostPosted: Feb 3rd, '12, 15:38 
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made a cover to stop marron escaping.... too late - all gone :think:


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PostPosted: Feb 3rd, '12, 15:45 
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Everything still going good, the SP are actually eating now, and consequently growing :-P
Hopefully they will be big enough to eat by the time trout season comes around!


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Well Gazza, at least the marron stopper is ready for next time :lol:
The capsicum looks nice, we grew the black one renamed "blacsicum" but don't like the taste, musch prefer the red ones.
Your system is looking good :thumbright:

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gazza wrote:
SP are actually eating now, and consequently growing :-P
Hopefully they will be big enough to eat by the time trout season comes around!


Not unless they're about 400gm+ now.... :lol:


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Not quite Rupert, but im prepared to eat them a little small to get into the trout/barra cycle. My other thought is to acquire another IBC and re-arrange the system something like a CHIF-PIST so i can run two species at a time.

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Well Gazza, at least the marron stopper is ready for next time :lol:
The capsicum looks nice, we grew the black one renamed "blacsicum" but don't like the taste, musch prefer the red ones.
Your system is looking good :thumbright:



cheers Faye, im planning the expansion now...

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That looks like a good offsider to have. Mine have grown up and are harder to encourage help from. Make the most of it Gazza :)

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She loves helping in the garden Faye, almost as much as our regular excursions to BYAP!

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Nice system Gazza. am just diwn the road in Atwell.


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Should catch up for a beer or something badger, Im home most days at the moment

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system update: plants growing really well (particularly the endives)
SP have been eating well and are getting bigger, but probably not big enough to harvest before trout time :(


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Very nice. So it is summer time there correct? Or is it always "summer time" as far as it being warm? Neat set up. I have a few of the blue barrels around the house and was thinking that I might cut them in half like you did. How do you feel they preform vs a flat GB?

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Lokkiong good Gazza... :cheers:


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