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on May 22, 2017

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wall dimentions

on May 22, 2017

the ground floor part - wider, 50 cm, with 20 cm for the horizontal support for the first floor

the first floor part - normal, 30 cm

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logs

on Jan 11, 2017

the diameter of the log should be 16 cm, that is the size of the steel tube for the corner column

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on Dec 13, 2016

Queensland grows about 600 ha of strawberries each year, mainly along the coastal strip from Caboolture to Eumundi. The Bundaberg area has also become a significant production region in recent years, and small areas of strawberries are also grown on the Atherton Tableland, around Brisbane, in the Lockyer Valley, and on the Darling Downs and Granite Belt. Approximately 150 growers are involved in the industry, and farms range in size from 5000 to 5 million plants. The industry is worth about $130 million to the Queensland economy.

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Crop management

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Strawberry: best soil, water and nutrient management practices (PDF downloads from eRA)
A guide to better soil, water and nutrient management practices for the South East Queensland strawberry industry
Strawberry information kit (PDF downloads from eRA)
Information on all aspects of growing and marketing strawberries
Pests and diseases

Pests and diseases
A guide to the major pests and diseases that affect strawberry crops in Queensland
Agvet chemicals and residues
Use of chemicals in agriculture
Harvesting

Harvesting, yields and prices
When to harvest, and what yields and prices to expect when producing strawberries
Producing horticultural crops

Tips for a successful business
Characteristics of a successful horticultural enterprise, markets, production areas and risks
Horticulture and climate change
Climate change challenges and opportunities for horticulture industries
Information for new growers

Frequently asked questions
Information on varieties, planting, nutrition, irrigation, chemical spraying and more
Strawberry land and climate requirements
Information about the ideal growing conditions for strawberries

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Layers in the construction of a mortarless pavement: A.) Subgrade B.) Subbase C.) Base course D.) Paver base E.) Pavers F.) Fine-grained sand

on Dec 09, 2016

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subgrade

on Dec 09, 2016

In transport engineering, subgrade is the native material underneath a constructed road,[1] pavement or railway (US: railroad) track. It is also called formation level.

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hardpan

on Dec 09, 2016

In soil science, agriculture and gardening, hardpan or ouklip is a dense layer of soil, usually found below the uppermost topsoil layer.[1] There are different types of hardpan, all sharing the general characteristic of being a distinct soil layer that is largely impervious to water. Some hardpans are formed by deposits in the soil that fuse and bind the soil particles. These deposits can range from dissolved silica to matrices formed from iron oxides and calcium carbonate. Others are man-made, such as hardpan formed by compaction from repeated plowing, particularly with moldboard plows, or by heavy traffic or pollution.

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farm business explored in diamond farm

on Dec 09, 2016

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mini farm on pendragon?

on Dec 09, 2016

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current focus - pendragon

on Dec 09, 2016

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regarding the design of the swales

on Dec 09, 2016

from protection of the house perspective, it should go across the right side of the house;

but we should make sure to find out exactly where the underground water and plumbing things are;

the builder should have the accurate info. talk to metricon

where are the water goes: onto the street? or to the storm well?

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special clothing for and snake proof boot

on Dec 09, 2016

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handheld drilling machine

on Dec 09, 2016

this we will need to drill into the ground and obtain earth sample, rock situation, and so on

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on Dec 08, 2016
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New blog post

on Dec 08, 2016

Definition of riprap
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: a foundation or sustaining wall of stones or chunks of concrete thrown together without order (as in deep water); also : a layer of this or similar material on an embankment slope to prevent erosion

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