A. Australian Fruit and Edible Plant Resource

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Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazines > A. Australian Fruit and Edible Plant Resource
A comprehensive guide to the fruit, nuts, bush foods and other edible plants that we grow. Includes a guide to the care and planting of fruit trees, climatic zone and essential reason for growing your own food. Excellent reference resource that we have been adding to over the last 37 years.
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Christine D'arcy
2y ago

Oatlands, NSW, Australia

A. Australian Fruit and Edible Plant Resource

I used my vacuum to remove the stink bugs from the citrus tree. I sucked them all up and put the bag in the bin. I don't like killing things but they were really attacking the vintage orange tree.

Anthony Sem
3y ago

Erskine Park, Sydney, NSW, Australia, Australia

A. Australian Fruit and Edible Plant Resource

Save your tea bags and discard them into your compost, they introduce great enzymes to your mix

Nick Jankovic
3y ago

Sapphire Beach, NSW

Australian Fruit and Edible Plant Resource

Regarding previous advice , stink bugs removal .... Do not squash the bug , just grab them by one of their long legs and drown them into soapy water. Wear eye and hand protection !

Stefan Spescha
3y ago

Reserve Creek, NSW, Australia

Australian Fruit and Edible Plant Resource

Great advice and info's.... thank you for you effort.....

Nick Jankovic
4y ago

Sapphire Beach 2450, NSW

Daleys Nursery Catalogue

Remove stink bugs from your citrus with pliers with long pointy nose ( one by one) and drown them into a container with soapy water. You must have eye and hand/arm protection .

Daniel Maclulich
6y ago

Glenwood, QLD, Australia

Daleys Nursery Catalogue

Only grow what will feed you and provide shade

Bill Fenwick
7y ago

14 Carlton Crt Upper Caboolture 451, QLD

Daleys Nursery Catalogue

Tie a milk bottle to the trunk with soapy water in it to catch flys & wasps

Divina Stephens
8y ago

Lugarno, NSW, Australia

Daleys Nursery Catalogue

Just strated planting fruit trees and i find that Daleys nursery is quite good in giving advvice regarding tips on planting fruit trees, well done Daleys

Fred Prins
8y ago

Brookfield, VIC, Australia

Daleys Nursery Catalogue

It would be of great value if you could please list a comprehensive guide to fruit trees that are usually associated with warm temperate climates, especially in the Dwarf fruit tree range. I live in Melbourne

Tim Uebergang
8y ago

Seaholme, VIC, Australia

Daleys Nursery Catalogue

Use pine needles as a mulch under your coffee plants.

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