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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 24th January 2009, 15:25

How have you been
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Post by Ozeboy on 24th January 2009, 20:00

Hi David, have been a little overheated today 41 C but now have a very windy southerly bringing very welcomed relief.
Have been doing some budding mid summer so have to keep the water up to the rootstock. Also spent a week working bees, jacket and hood make the job very hot. Have also been making projectiles for precision shooting.
Still have the chooks to look after. Built a brick 2 car garage with ensuite and laundry tub. Helped a friend with a large building project that lasted 3 months. Next month will be making fibreglass moulds for a friend and myself. I also jump on the forum when I'm to tired to do anything physical.
Nothing unusual just the usual things I get to do most times.
What have you been doing?

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Post by Guest on 25th January 2009, 07:46

where does the mushroom come from ?? I must have missed something LOL

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Post by Ozeboy on 25th January 2009, 13:01

Glenorie, Sydney NSW. where there are a large number of nurseries, propagating farms and Hydroponic Tomato growers who supply a lot of Sydney's produce. We also have two major tissue culture nurseries operating here. Very Happy

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 25th January 2009, 13:25

I will explain to the forum to the best of my ability. It came about on another forum. On one good day Ozeboy missed some posts and I think he said that he was in the dark on that subject, just like a mushroom. And since then, I call him that in the most friendly way. With that he sometimes signs out as "mushroom". I wish I had one at present to add as a smiley right now.
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Post by Admin on 25th January 2009, 15:10

How 'bout: Mushroom

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Post by Guest on 25th January 2009, 15:15

okies LOL

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Post by Admin on 25th January 2009, 16:33

By the way... Bruce has FPR (Forum Posters Rights) privileges in the use of this icon Wink

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 25th January 2009, 21:43

Simon, you have done well.
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Post by Guest on 27th January 2009, 12:14

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Post by Ozeboy on 28th January 2009, 21:34

Hi All, I have earned this reputation by being very hard of hearing, its genetical on my mothers side. One good thing is they live well into their nineties. I sometimes think it's because they don't hear all the crap that is going on around them. This may be nullified by getting upset when left out of family conversations. Further more I was left out of a rose cutting bonanza at Cowra when I knew nothing about it but all my so called rose friends knew all about it. Hence my feeling like a mushroom, but it was all good fun. As I am well over the hill fortunatly I can say almost anything and get away with it. My children two girls, lawyers and one son into commerce, they comment I am now a silly old bugger but they love me and I always get what I want for birthdays and Christmas. I am blessed with the family I have.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th January 2009, 21:56

The Mushroom history lesson for today, I/ We all like mushrooms, I believe they mature with age.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th January 2009, 22:04

I forgot to add he Mushroom matures like a good bottle of Mudgee red.
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Post by Ozeboy on 28th January 2009, 23:36

I love my glass of red during the evening meal, sometimes after that I don't even feel like a mushroom. Great for relaxing and pondering life so far and what is happening now. Sitting there on the back verandah, no interuptions, just at peace with it all.

I have had a few good reds from Mudgee but the best ones come from the cooler parts of our country. Whites grown in Mudgee are very nice but I really go for the reds.

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Post by Admin on 29th January 2009, 00:20

Speaking of the Cowra cutting rustle... I was trying to find out when this was on so I could put it in the event calendar. I've also sent an email off to Woolmers because they call for volunteers each year to help with the pruning. So I've asked how one can be involved and whether participants are allowed to keep propagating material when it is pruned off? Either way I think it would be a good activity to be involved in but being allowed to take home some propagating material would be the icing on the cake!


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Post by Ozeboy on 29th January 2009, 08:07

Rosemeadow is the expert on the Cowra cuttings, if that fails suggest Cowra council for details.

I understand they are mainly HT's in that garden.

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Post by rosemeadow on 29th January 2009, 10:21

All good ideas you have TasV. I will make sure I go back to the Cowra gardens this year, had to miss the last few years. They let me start early getting my cuttings before thay started prunning so I was way ahead of them and getting the top growth and fresh. They leave the prunnings laying in piles infront of each block of roses for three days. Around July/August. I will find out for you as I want to contact them too.
What if I get cuttings for people here in exchange for cuttings from Woolmers ? There is a list you can get, Jenny or Liz from Canowindra might be able to get us a updated list, or I will ask the Cowra Tourist Centre to email me one and I will post it on here.

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