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PostPosted: Feb 14th, '19, 13:32 
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I got my last bag from Mark Lee fish farm.


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 Post subject: Re: Grafs urban farming.
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and who & where is Mark Lee ...then thought google is my friend, wow even on my way home from Adelaide.. bonus. 20KG is a big bag of food though anybody thought of splitting a bag for sharing?

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I'm up for going halves in a bag, picking up trout next weekend, i have 1Kg of sinking pellets left and will need to top up for this seasons trout

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I think they also sell by the kg if you don't need a full bag. Not sure on the premium for that though.


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Good afternoon Tony,

Thank you for the enquiry.

See attached price list.

We don’t do other fingerlings other than barramundi and the rest of the fish we sell are minimum plate sized.

Murray Cod and Silver Perch are two great fish for SA climate as they are not afraid of the cold. The other species you’ve mentioned we are not too sure unfortunately.

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Jack

the price list is in PDF that I cannot upload...any ideas?

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maybe take a photo of it, or use snipping tool or snapshot to save into a .jpg file? looking forward to what the list shows :)

Planning on getting 2doz rainbows this weekend from tooperang. be nice to get the nutrients flowing back through the beds. Charlie Carp and seasol just doesn't cut the mustard.

Planning shading options for next summer, thinking of a few ss cables from the shed, across the top of the espalier rows to the other boundary line. That way can put 50% shadecloth on runners (so it can be retracted) across the whole AP setup, espaliers, chook house and small orchard, will be about 6m x 12m or so...have to think this one through!

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didnt think of that option, use phone camera, upload, whoopee


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Cheers Tonz, appreciated.

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Has anyone used Ridley Primo Native Fish food? If so, do the vegetables taste as good as with Skrettings?
Native 6mm (38% Protein) $56.75 per 20Kg
Native Plus (50% Protein) $65.78 per 20Kg.
Don't know delivery charges.


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well I didn't restock on the weekend like I was planning, this weeks forecast is 37-40C max temps for the rest of the week through till Saturday, silly start to Autumn with another heatwave!

so it'll be charlie Carp feeding for at least another week :(
Went shopping at the local Diggers shop, seeds ready for autumn/winter crops, lots of brassicas, peas, leafy greens, parsley, coriander for the AP beds, mustard greens for the soil under the fruit trees once the pumpkins have died back

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Have to watch those heat waves with Trout for sure

Every week you can have them , they get bigger :fish: :fish: :fish:

Have you checked long term records for weather might help pick when to get them

When its hot I run constant flood during the day and siphon overnight , I recon this saves me a couple of degrees.

Link is weather zone stats for Adelaide Airport

http://www.weatherzone.com.au/climate/s ... e&lc=23034

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Terra, yes do keep an eye on the long range forecasts, the current heat wasn't on the radar 2 weeks ago! hopefully this'll be the last burst of intense heat for the season. I have a chest freezer in the shed i could look at repurposing for cooling coils, will have to think about that.

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Graf wrote:
Terra, yes do keep an eye on the long range forecasts, the current heat wasn't on the radar 2 weeks ago! hopefully this'll be the last burst of intense heat for the season. I have a chest freezer in the shed i could look at repurposing for cooling coils, will have to think about that.


Just come over to my place, you should bring a semi truck and pick up some of the 6 feet of snow, which covers everything.
I donate it, its for free

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Thanks for the offer Gnoib, my wife would love that, never having seen snow :) of course the incidentals would equate to many $,000 !!

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boarder patrol have a thing against 'snow' entering Australia. strong deterrents and jail term

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