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Australia     (i.ibb.co)
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I've never had any luck growing radishes, apparently one of the easiest of plants to grow, but...paydirt!     (i.ibb.co)
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And I can't figure out what I did right. I was trying to grow mostly the bulbous variety rather than the long radishes but they got leggy which suggests not enough light whereas the long radishes were in the sunniest spot in the garden (for mid winter). And an added bonus is I grew the long radishes in shallow seed trays which was an experiment as we have lots laying around and not put to any good use. It's wonderful to be rewarded by your garden.I was about to give up on radishes but then today spotted some beauties. Very exciting!

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Australia the beautiful     (i.ibb.co)
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Beautiful neri pic     (i.ibb.co)
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Stunning neri pic     (i.ibb.co)
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When you browsin' twitter & come across Ubisoft Asscreed post     (i.ibb.co)
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some berry fruit     (i.ibb.co)
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Never been able to crack the berry growing so don't bother any more.
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a tomato     (i.ibb.co)
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Bros...got my 7th jab today (Covid).      (i.ibb.co)
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I did it for you, too, 'cos I'm a role model to The Americans. But if the Covid vax worries you...don't get it but wear a mask ffs.

[ - ] paul_neri 0 points ago (+0/-0)

I saw that. I had two AZ doses. Guess I was one of the lucky ones.It was an unnerving time I can tell you.
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[ - ] @observation1 1 point ago (+1/-0)

You said 5 or 6 total , what were the other brands?

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[ - ] paul_neri 0 points ago (+0/-0)

Patience man, patience. Wait till Thursday.

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Lettuce-in-a-pot     (i.ibb.co)
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For those of you who follow me, which, um, is no-one, you'll know I ditched the traditional veggie patch for growing stuff in pots and it's paying dividends.

The advantages of a pot or tub garden for me are:

.easier to keep tree roots at bay.
.snails/slugs need to climb which might make the plants less vulnerable? Doubt it.Snails etc are great climbers.
.more efficient watering.
.easier to change the garden about if need be i.e. just move a pot.

These lettuces are so fresh, pure and perfect.
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Proof I am an OG...an Immortal.     (i.ibb.co)
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[ - ] paul_neri [op] 0 points ago (+0/-0)

You're wrong and your searching is up the creek. I was on Voat as PaulNeriAustralia! And you should remember me 'cos I...was a power-user and once got the top score for submissions (that everyone downvoted).

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[ - ] @RMGoetbbels 1 point ago (+1/-0)

Whelp, found you-

PaulNeriAustralia 5.7 years ago

I suggest the Hume Highway would be an ideal testing ground for driverless vehicles.

As far as power user goes though I think their are 2 other options:

1. Power user

2. Spammer

3. Power bottom
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[ - ] paul_neri [op] 1 point ago (+1/-0)

I accept your apology.
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Beach pic     (i.ibb.co)
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Click on the link for the expanded version and you can zero in on Surfer Joe.
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@purityspiral ...you wanted to see my chick magnet (magic sunglasses).     (i.ibb.co)
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12:00 am paul_neri I bought these $10 sunglasses at Kmart for bike riding. I don't really like them because they are a bit big. Anyway they seem to drive the chicks crazy! The other day these young wenches said some very flattering things to me. They could have been taking the piss but I prefer not to think that and today a chick looked at me. I looked back and she palm waved me! Please rate my story /10.

12:00 am GowithitHe moved to bitchute for his full form videos omg! its been years!
12:01 am GowithitTell them the news about rfb. Guaranteed theyll think you are the coolest thing since sliced bread
12:08 am @big_fat_dangus queeri gets the golden calf
12:08 am paul_neriReported.
12:08 am big_fat_dangusreport deez nuts nigga
12:30 am @GreatSatan die paul
12:32 am @purityspiral show us the magic sunglasses
12:52 am big_fat_dangusヾ(⌐■_■)ノ♪
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Garden visitor left a calling card.     (i.ibb.co)
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Malabar Spinach for serious preppers (a lot of vegetable matter/packed with nutrients).     (i.ibb.co)
submitted by paul_neri to Gardening 3 months ago (+11/-0)
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aka Ceylon spinach, climbing spinach, gui, acelga trapadora, bratana, libato, vine spinach and Malabar nightshade.

It's not a real spinach and it has an earthy taste but it's full of goodness and such an efficient plant in that just one would probably equal a couple of rows of traditional spinach!

A good filler food in soup especially.

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/malabar-spinach/growing-malabar-spinach.htm

"The vine should be trellised and two plants are sufficient for most families through the summer and fall growing season.".
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Beach pic     (i.ibb.co)
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I grew some chokos (aka Chayote, Sicyos edule, christophine, mirliton)     (i.ibb.co)
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On the taste level - at the bottom of the scale - but a lovely looking fruit and it has dense vegetable matter like a potato so probably lots of nutrients. When harvested small they are tender and taste like mild peas. The ones in the pic are too big because I didn't discover them until late. Seems to be an easy-to-grow plant and if your garden doesn't produce much it's a plant for you as it produces a lot of fruit.

"Chokos in Australia were known as a 'filler' for low-income families during the Great Depression. Given the choko's ability to grow wild and yield plenty of crops, it was seen as a free backyard source of fibre and nutrition."
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Excess-Produce Stress - swimming in cucumbers!     (i.ibb.co)
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Just about harvested the lot, thank god, with only a few small ones not being eaten. Probably got 10-15. Now I know I can grow them I'll plant fewer next season. We could have given some to our neighbours but we don't like them.

The monster in the pic was missed due to my messy garden. I expected it to be bitter but it verged on sweet! I skinned the cucumber; shaved most of it with a peeler and tipped the shavings on top of some slices of bread on a plate, added pepper, olive oil and parmesan cheese and ate with a knife and fork. Not bad. Would have been nicer with buttered bread but I was lazy.
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Beach pic     (i.ibb.co)
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still life by p neri     (i.ibb.co)
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neri pic     (i.ibb.co)
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so do I, @Anus_Expander , live in a swamp. You should post some pics.     (i.ibb.co)
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Anus_Expander 2 points 2 hours ago

I live in a Florida swamp, numbnuts

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Some beach pics to take your mind off WW3.     (i.ibb.co)
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a little gourd growing quietly away.     (i.ibb.co)
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Australian soldiers won’t be protected from killer drones for at least eight years, as Defence looks at using trained eagles to attack unmanned aircraft in mid-flight     (i.ibb.co)
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(courtesy The Australian Newspaper)