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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by ozexpat, Dec 25, 2012.
the trees that grow on the beach - also the most photographed - will often look like that. We also plant 2 or 3 together in the same hole for pretty effects along the beach
We germinate the nut sitting on the surface (under our tank so they get the overflow water) and once the fronds are about 6 feet we dig a hole 4 feet down and bury the nut deep. this gives it the strongest roots and helps keep the surface ground easier to till.
Our best hatch ever in the Philippines!!
Just got tothe end been lurking for a while! 3211 posts phew..... Now I have to wait for updates! Can't wait to see what is next to come! I am an ICU RN in Mt, love raising my chicks and other animals! Mine are 5 weeks and on there inaugural day outside today! Keep up the exciting work OZ!
Another nurse in the fold.
I googled Florence Mt. My goodness - looks amazing from a map.I bet your Rodeo Drive is a little different to the one near here. I lived on a farm in Oz that reminds me of the terrain - sans snow though.
Thanks for stopping by. I am glad you got though the 3211 posts!
Awesome work, congratulations!
78% is a fine number i would say
as humid as it is there i am shocked that you even did that well.
It shows that given good eggs we can incubate well.
now its a numbers game with shipped eggs to get the breeds I wish for. Just about there though
Wow! I made it to the end and now can't wait for updates!! You can add one more nurse to the crazy chicken fold! I am an LPN currently in school to obtain my RN and I work in geriatrics! I am also a newbie to the chicken world and have acquired 17!! I am excited to start hatching my own and was inspired to do so reading your adventures!!