Strawbales Live

Last Update: February 07, 2019

Straw bales are all the rage for green gardening.

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TheBBQtioner Premium
Dear straw bales. Don’t know much about your gig but do know how efficient your growing technique can be. Previously, the sweet pea farm of Arroyo Grande experimented with straw bale growing with good success. Excellent efficiency with your techniques can be achieved.
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justcruzin Premium
Very nice. I love gardening.
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pieleo Premium
Like it. You may also want to check out Dutch bucket 'farming' and bell siphons also. Another way to grow a lot in a small space.
Leo
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BLegacy Premium
Thanks for the info and I have dabbled with the Dutch buckets as well as having the IBC tote and it has a bell siphon on it but I just couldn’t get it quite to run right now. I didn’t have the time to devote then but I’ve done quite a few things I guess my experience is finally going to pay off .
Thanks for the feedback. I’m still on level one.

Christine
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traceyj55 Premium
Hi
this reminds me of the pubs in the country side
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BLegacy Premium
Hi and thanks for the like. It's actually my garden.
Christine
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traceyj55 Premium
H i Christine
There was a country pub called the cock and bottle had straw bales love natural
Tracey
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BLegacy Premium
Just got my first site up. Let me know what you think.

Christine
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LindaF Premium
pm me and send me your URL
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BLegacy Premium
Ok, I'm a newbie so explain PM please.
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LindaF Premium
above my profile picture there is a button that says privet messages and you can go there and talk to me and send me your URL with out being sanctioned. there is also a place where you can place your URL on the right of your profile under your posts you can also place any of your social media there. that why anybody that is interested in what you do will be able to go to your website and see your work. I like gardening and have had an interest in Bales for some time know was thinking that this your might be a good year to try it out as it is less expensive then bring in fertiliser
always a better way
Linda
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