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Shane Genziuk
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You got chickens? They are like naughty puppies and crap on everything, including their own eggs if you let them. But there’s a way to keep the nesting box clean, if you find them perching over them at night. Bird spikes, amazingly, work for chickens also…
You got chickens? They are like naughty puppies and crap on everything, including their own eggs if you let them. But there’s a way to keep the nesting box clean, if you find them perching ov…
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If you get a handful of coffee grounds, one of the first things you will notice is how coarse they are. Now if you happen to get some used coffee grounds, then dry them under the sun, you make them even finer, and coarser. Those tiny granules are sharp…
If you get a handful of coffee grounds, one of the first things you will notice is how coarse they are. Now if you happen to get some used coffee grounds, then dry them under the sun, you make them…
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Really didn’t know how this one would turn out, but a little hope, time, rain and coffee compost seems to make fruit!     And it’s a late crop compared to the other peaches, so they are now available fresh off the tree from November to Feb.    A…
Really didn't know how this one would turn out, but a little hope, time, rain and coffee compost seems to make fruit! And it's a late crop compared to the other peaches, so they ...
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And then there were peaches…    But back in Spring… There are so many peaches now that the branches are splayed out like a pile of pick up sticks. With each fruit gleefully removed, it hops a little more to normal form. Thank you Summer 😃
And then there were peaches... But back in Spring... There are so many peaches now that the branches are splayed out like a pile of pick up sticks. With each fruit gleefully removed, i...
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Ramblings from a Victorian smuggled into Tasmania on a Holiday

The Luxury of Sitting here writing Stuff Right this second I am sitting behind a double glassed window overlooking a river that runs through Tasmania’s Huon Valley. White smoke drifts skyward from a chimney, as small birds of all sorts hop from fence tops…
The Luxury of Sitting here writing Stuff Right this second I am sitting behind a double glassed window overlooking a river that runs through Tasmania’s Huon Valley. White smoke drifts skyward from ...
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Saw something interesting on a visit to the local pet supply store – a bag of dried mealworms for poultry. There were a few things that surprised me, the first that they were retailing $15 for a 100g bag (that’s $150 a kilo), and the second was that it…
Saw something interesting on a visit to the local pet supply store - a bag of dried mealworms for poultry. There were a few things that surprised me, the first that they were retailing $15 for a 10...
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Here you go – with coffee. Without coffee.
Here you go – with coffee. Without coffee.
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Seems like a town in Germany got sick and tied of those environmentally hateful coffee pods and decided to do something about it. There is so much bad with those pods it can’t be right,  almost evil I says.  Your signs of quality no pod coffee are below –…
Seems like a town in Germany got sick and tied of those environmentally hateful coffee pods and decided to do something about it. There is so much bad with those pods it can't be right, almos...
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Good to know that if I ever settle down in Bali, that there is an everlasting source of coffee grounds available. Thank you tourists!!   The ground pucks are decidedly firmer than back home in Melbourne. They must have a very smooth grind for that to…
Good to know that if I ever settle down in Bali, that there is an everlasting source of coffee grounds available. Thank you tourists!! The ground pucks are decidedly firmer than back ho...
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So this is what the end of a Winter looks like in my part of the world. Following a few weeks break during the shortest days of the year, the chickens start laying again. You see, they are solar powered. The globe artichoke is pushing up past the dogbane.…
So this is what the end of a Winter looks like in my part of the world. Following a few weeks break during the shortest days of the year, the chickens start laying again. You see, they are solar po...
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100 dollars apparently. More details to follow…   
100 dollars apparently. More details to follow...   
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How lucky is that chicken what are the odds that it firstly survived in that prison called a chicken farm and then end up in the hands of a loving human being like Shane it is truly a miracle or perhaps God being so kind through you Shane love you God bless.
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What are the best kind of peaches? Imagine a tree full of them just outside your front door. They are nearly ripe, and when you finally get them off the tree to taste, they are best pieces of fruit you ever ate. Now lucky for me, the Anzac Peach tree was…
What are the best kind of peaches? Imagine a tree full of them just outside your front door. They are nearly ripe, and when you finally get them off the tree to taste, they are best pieces of fruit...
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This site is dedicated to documenting the use of Ground to Ground coffee grounds for plants, compost, and for the garden.
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