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RedIsotope

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Joined 10 February 2009
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7 years7 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Please recommend a renderer/plasterer - Perth

Hi!
Sorry everyone, work has become really busy of late.
LeanneR: I will PM you the details soon. Haven't taken any photos yet so will have to do that later.
Sultana2013: Thank…

7 years7 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Please recommend a renderer/plasterer - Perth

Hi everyone,
We just had a brick letterbox and short wall + planter built for the front yard, and are now looking for a good company/person to render it all at…

8 years8 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Review - Samsung Fridge SRS702GDHSS

Hi dreamhome. If you go back to one page to page 11 of this thread you will see that I asked the exact same question you did, but back in…

8 years8 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Fertigator/venturi/liquid fertiliser injector

Hi Richarddale! Yes please post some photos. Have been eagerly waiting for this so thank you for all the info you have shared here. Much appreciated. :D

8 years8 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Fertigator/venturi/liquid fertiliser injector

Cool! Thanks for the update Richard. Can't wait to see how this all comes together. Cheers.

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Fertigator/venturi/liquid fertiliser injector

Wow...I would be really interested to know if this works for you too, Richard. Here's hoping it all works out well and maybe you can report back with some pictures…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Soakwells: Reln or crate? advise

If it were me I'd probably go the versitank/ausdrain, due to them unlikely to collapse on themselves. If the Reln soakwells are the ones I'm thinking of, then they do…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Mysterious goo in my garden, WTF?

LOL :lol: Thanks for polluting my mind. :lol:

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Mysterious goo in my garden, WTF?

LOL :lol:
This has made my day. Months ago I had some weird thing pop up on my lawn too. It looked slightly different but…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Zeolite Powder form - where to buy Perth?

Thanks for the reply Fu, but I'm planning on chucking it down on established lawn so a pulverized version may work itself down quicker. Will probably core the lawn first…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Zeolite Powder form - where to buy Perth?

Didn't want to clog the sticky with this question, but basically I am after this powder form of Zeolite. Fu where can I get this in Perth? Cheers!!!

Zeolite Powder form - where to buy Perth?
9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
How can I inject powerfeed, seasol into my sprinklers

Ouch! ::dizzy::
Thanks for that sidewinder. Taking that into account, I think I will try to replicate what was in Fu's photo. Just gotta figure…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
How can I inject powerfeed, seasol into my sprinklers

Thanks for your reply Fu.
Their quote:
One three litre bottle of LiquidLife will last up to three months, depending on your garden size.
Just a bit worried that 500ml Seasol + 250ml…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
How can I inject powerfeed, seasol into my sprinklers

Fertigation! Sounds like a very good time saver. I am about to put in my retic and would love to have some sort of fertigation for the seasol/powerfeed/molasses.
The Smartfeeder looks…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Hiring Rotary hoes and Dingos

I agree with Fu. I had never used one until I did my lawn. Very fun but yah it is a bit scary driving the dingo off the trailer. Just…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Canning Vale sand

Hi Tree Lover. :)
You can get the Naked Farmer from the 'big green shed'. Should be in the plants section where they stack all…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Canning Vale sand

Haha....ok thanks Fu. I guess I will just use the Naked Farmer which I already have a bag of. Might go get some more actually. :)

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Canning Vale sand

Thanks for that Tree Lover. Will check it out. I do have some Naked Farmer, so maybe I will use that first and see how it goes. Thanks again! …

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Canning Vale sand

Thanks for the advice Tree Lover. :)
I have already booked myself in for one of the workshops...can't wait! Ok, so I should use fine…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Canning Vale sand

Hi Fu. :)
If we already have established lawn, is it worth throwing on some Bentonite on top? Especially for areas which look like the…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Review - Samsung Fridge SRS702GDHSS

Hi all. I need to respond to the above. A few months ago I also noticed the warm temperature at the bottom of my fridge. Didn't think much of it.…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Rendered Planter Box - Constuction Help

Where abouts in Perth are you englyn? If your renderer guys do work for southern suburbs then it would be really great if you can PM me their details (if…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Review - Samsung Fridge SRS702GDHSS

I think ours is also 2 or 3 and -18. We did have the freezer section on -20 but found that icecream started to develop those yucky ice bits inside.…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Not enough water from MP rotators

Oh dear. I'm looking to have retic done and thought these MP rotators were the 'beez neez' because they didn't waste water by misting too much. Not good if they…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
So what have you done in your garden today?

Again stood out the front and hand watered the lawn for 1-2 hours. I really need to get that retic in ::hyst::

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Weight tolerance of concrete driveway? - Paver delivery

take2, yes if the pallet jack (or my muscles) fail, then I guess the fridge trolley will be the way to go. Thanks. :)

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Weight tolerance of concrete driveway? - Paver delivery

Yup they are 397x397mm, but only 40mm thick. So I guess by your calculations they should be under 1000kg per pallet (assuming they are stacked as per photo). Think I…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Weight tolerance of concrete driveway? - Paver delivery

Thanks onc for your input. :)
Would I need to stack the pavers vertically as in the photo? Hmm...now considering if I can push them…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Weight tolerance of concrete driveway? - Paver delivery

Thanks Rory for your reply. :)
100mm all the way? - it should be but I can't be sure. Has reinforced mesh in it though.
Subbase?…

9 years9 yearsRedIsotopeRedIsotope posted:
Weight tolerance of concrete driveway? - Paver delivery

Hi all!
Hoping someone here can offer me some advice. I have a delivery of a number of pallets of limestone pavers which should look something like the following:

Now as I…

Weight tolerance of concrete driveway? - Paver delivery

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