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    Well my garden is thriving. Not all seeds took, but I have pumpkin, spring onion, tomato, zuchinni all doing nicely. I planted some beetroot seeds a few weeks ago that have just started taking off too. The tomato plant was from the local market after another one I planted didn't do so well, I'll have to get more from there. Have quite a few tomatoes growing on it now and I have to restake it every week cause it grows so fast. So good to see my hard work pay off
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    Heaps of eggplant over here at the moment. And more on its way!

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    How are all our farmers going?

    We acquired some hens. They are commercial red hybrids, what most people would call Isa Browns. We are loving the fresh eggs and the girls are loving free ranging over the property in the daytime. They have no fear and follow toddler DS around as he does "jobs" - very funny to watch.

    Strawberries have long gone and tomatoes are on the way out after a bumper crop. Our sweet corn plants looked great, but the ears/cobs were pretty small. Still yummy, but not very impressive.

    Other ongoing jobs at the moment are moving sprinklers to keep areas around the house green.

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    Picked my first few zucchini the other day and heaps more are popping up again
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    I have a pumpkin growing like crazy, this is just 10 days growth
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