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Gardening tips for July

We're in the depths of winter here in SE QLD - which means that spring is just around the corner! The days are already getting longer, so finish all those garden housekeeping and construction jobs on your list. Then you'll have plenty of time to visit all the garden shows and open gardens in the months ahead, or just relax and enjoy your garden. July [...]

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Skip bin hire Brisbane delivery video

This video shows how your skip bin will be delivered and picked up. We are unloading a 3m3 skip bin off the back of the skip truck in Brisbane. Although this skip bin is being put on the footpath we can also deliver the skip bin inside your property so long as there is access and it is safe to do so. [...]

By |June 26th, 2018|Categories: Skip bins|Comments Off on Skip bin hire Brisbane delivery video

Turning waste into animal food

Could insects like maggots take waste from supermarkets or direct from farms and turn it into something that livestock like chickens, pigs or fish could eat? In the United States 40 per cent of food is wasted while Australians waste about $8 billion of food every year, according to the FoodWise campaign. Canberra-based company GoTerra is experimenting with the idea of using insects to solve [...]

By |June 26th, 2018|Categories: Environment|Comments Off on Turning waste into animal food

Innovative Idea for Rubbish Removal

Mr Trash Wheel, officially called the Inner Harbor Water Wheel is a rubbish interceptor. A water wheel vessel that removes trash from the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. It is powered by water power and solar power. The machine places rubbish from the harbor onto an onboard conveyor belt, which routes it into skips on the vessel. Mr Trash Wheel was invented by John Kellett [...]

By |May 10th, 2018|Categories: Environment|Comments Off on Innovative Idea for Rubbish Removal

March gardening tips

The beginning of March can still be very hot, but get ready for a busy few weeks once the weather cools down. Not only will it be more pleasant to work outside then, but it will be time to plant a wide variety of cool-season vegetables, annual flowers and spring-flowering bulbs. Trees, shrubs and perennials planted in the mild autumn conditions of March will have [...]

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Gardening tips for February

February can deliver extreme weather in terms of thunderstorms flooding and even cyclones. Maintenance tasks such as keeping gutters and drains free of debris, potential mosquito-breeding sites free of standing water and the yard free of loose items that could become projectiles in high winds are especially important at this time of year. Dangerous trees that could come down on powerlines, homes or people are [...]

By |February 13th, 2018|Categories: Environment|Comments Off on Gardening tips for February

Gardening Ideas For January in Brisbane

The Queensland Turf Producers Association recommends mowing an established lawn no lower than 30mm in summer. (Turfgrass Quick Tips). Take note of where you'd like more shade next summer, such as entertaining areas, and try to determine the optimal location and height of shade structures or trees at the time of day you need it.. The movement of the sun is different in winter, and [...]

By |January 22nd, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Gardening Ideas For January in Brisbane
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