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Mango tree browning of leaves Mango tree browning of leaves - Hi Chantzis, Where did you put your mango tree (grow in the pot) indoor or outdoor? Under the clear plastic roof? Cheers....
  By David01 4 hours ago (2 responses)
Pistachio nut seedsPistachio nut seeds - My Pistachio Experiment: What I'm aiming to do: * See how well pre-packaged pistachios (packed and stored for consumption) germinate and grow. * See if stratifying 're-hydrated' improves/reduces ...
  By brad16 23 hours ago (9 responses)
Avocado roots turning black and white spotsAvocado roots turning black and white spots - Dear David / Brad, Thanks a lot for your replies. As per your advice, i have cleaned the roots using rubbing alchohol and now planted in pot. But now i see that the oldest leave has turned brown and ...
  By Anurag Churi 23 hours ago (5 responses)
Native ginger root - What sort of 'quantity' are you after, and do they have to be established plants? I've purchased these as seed from AustraHort before. Seed is a cheap way of obtaining quantity in hundreds or thous...
  By brad16 1 days ago (2 responses)
Sausage Trees for sale? - Hi All, I was hoping that there might be someone out there that might be able to help me locate an advanced Kigelia africana (sausage tree). I am very keen for one semi advanced specimen if possib...
  By TimU 1 days ago (0 responses)
Bansksia - Coastal prostrate not flowering - Thanks for that. I’ll leave them a couple of more years and see how they go. Cheers...
  By Harvs 2 days ago (2 responses)
Pomelos grown in Melbourne Pomelos grown in Melbourne - Hi Mark Thanks for the advice. ...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (4 responses)
Poorly PecanPoorly Pecan - Thanks everyone. I feel like a bit of a dill for not knowing they’re deciduous but there you go - always learning! ...
  By MelissaB 2 days ago (7 responses)
Black Mission Fig tree - I'm also looking for a Black Mission fig cutting if someone is able to assist please?...
  By GMel 2 days ago (3 responses)
Panache Fig TreePanache Fig Tree - Hi all, Any secret squirrels out there that would be willing to share a black mission fig cutting? Would be greatly appreciated. Thanks...
  By GMel 2 days ago (78 responses)
GarlicGarlic - Wondering if there are any Taswegians in this forum? I am wanting to grow garlic in a cool temperate climate. Are there any varieties which will go the distance and how does garlic fare when long sp...
  By mick777 3 days ago (308 responses)
Poorly PecanPoorly Pecan - Hi Fruitylicious1, Sorry - my first photo upload failed. It’s planted straight into the ground. I watered well for the first week or so and threw some worm castings about. That’s pretty much it o...
  By MelissaB 3 days ago (3 responses)
container apple - Hi Lorna Most fruit trees thrives very well in the ground and can reach their full potential when done so. But if you have a limited space, planting them in a big pot or grow bag is also not a bad...
  By Fruitylicious1 4 days ago (1 responses)
roughie pineapple - Nice one Trikus! Glad someone found edible pineapples again. Smooth Cayenne varieties really introduced 'yawn-ability' into the pineapple market in my opinion. Nice find....
  By brad16 4 days ago (1 responses)
My beautiful dwarf pawpaw lots of big fat yumo fruitMy beautiful dwarf pawpaw lots of big fat yumo fruit - Nice one, I’ve tried Pawpaw before but not much luck. Flowers and small fruit just fall off. Will try again I think once I’ve sorted out all the current tolsnts that I have, ...
  By Jez 4 days ago (2 responses)
Blooming Mango TreesBlooming Mango Trees - The Alphonse trees tend to be a spreading canopy like yours.... I would put a post in the ground to support & after fruiting then look at trying to get upright growth at the branches by pruning off an...
  By Mango Mike 4 days ago (41 responses)
Citrus medicaCitrus medica - There are many types of Citrons, they were popular in the past when people preserved more stuff at home or on the farm. Some Pummelos and Citrons may have come in with Chinese gold miners, or later wi...
  By jakfruit etiquette 6 days ago (5 responses)
PineapplePineapple - My mareeba gold was grown from a tiny remnent left on a fruit .. ...
  By Trikus 6 days ago (54 responses)
Tree ident pleaseTree ident please - Thanks so much Pademelon....
  By CycloneCharlie 6 days ago (2 responses)
Table Grape variety for Sydney Metro area - Dear Community Could you suggest a suitable table grape variety for Sydney metro conditions. It will receive full sun and grow in a large raised garden bed on a balcony and be trained on a wire to pr...
  By Collectomaniac81 7 days ago (0 responses)
How can I stop slugs eating my strawberries?How can I stop slugs eating my strawberries? - You can get this earth at pet stores...
  By fknslugs 8 days ago (39 responses)
Garden with used Kitty litterGarden with used Kitty litter - thanks, i will have to do a research on it ...
  By benstyles1 8 days ago (29 responses)
PineapplesPineapples - Hello everyone, I am need of some help. I have had this pineapple plant for 1.5 years, after the first year it starting becoming less green, the leaves close shut, is very brittle and started getti...
  By Jojo beanz 8 days ago (25 responses)
Grapevine problemsGrapevine problems - Hi! I'm having a problem with a few of my grapevines every year. On one end of the row the vines are a nice rich green and on the other end the leaves of some vines become more and more yellow as the...
  By Butch 9 days ago (58 responses)
PeppinoPeppino - Pepino is one of the easiest trees to strike from cutting. Just cut off a branch 20 - 30cm long, remove all the leaves and plant about 10cm of it into some seed raising mix or just potting mix. Keep m...
  By Waterfall 9 days ago (143 responses)
New Dwarf Mulberry looking Sad - Hi GenHasNoldea Mulberries are deciduous creatures. Expect them to look crappy during winter time just like apples, pears, stone fruit trees etc. Come spring, they will wake up with nice leaf buds ...
  By Fruitylicious1 9 days ago (1 responses)
Dracaena Sanderiana - Flowering Indoors ?Dracaena Sanderiana - Flowering Indoors ? - Hello All, I am wondering if we have any experienced Dracaena sanderiana growers, anyone ever got it to flower indoors or seen it flower indoors ? I have a new shoot coming up & wondering if it...
  By Farouk 9 days ago (0 responses)
SABA PlantainSABA Plantain - Hi Mcmelb Thanks for the update bro. Much appreciated. I will definitely send them an inquiry. Good day and happy gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 9 days ago (7 responses)
fruit tree which can grow in shade initially - Starfruit would probably work well. Also Asimina triloba, though it needs cross-pollination for fruit-set. Davidson plums would also work (tall and thin tree, acidic fruit)....
  By MyrtleTurtle 10 days ago (1 responses)
Paw Paw TreePaw Paw Tree - Our pawpaw are very marked on the skin but wonderful and sweet inside. Should we worry about the skin. The trees look great and the fruit bountiful and nice size. Just marked ....!...
  By Torrens 10 days ago (39 responses)
Walnut Pollinators - Hi JoB I doubt that persimmons can be used as pollinators for walnut trees. Why? they belong to different family tree. Persimmon belonged to Ebenaceae family while walnut belonged to juglandaceae. ...
  By Fruitylicious1 11 days ago (1 responses)
HELP! Mangos are splitting openHELP! Mangos are splitting open - A lack of Ca, Zn and Bo or sudden rain after a dry period can cause splitting....
  By Mike Tr 11 days ago (10 responses)
Kiwifruit - grafting? - Grafting for deciduous is usually just before they wake up in the spring. Use an Omega grafting tool -, as a complete beginner I had a really good success rate with some apples. Before you graft - ...
  By Linda 12 days ago (1 responses)
blackberry jam fruit - randia formosablackberry jam fruit - randia formosa - Left Blank...
  By Fruit 12 days ago (20 responses)
Gel-like substanceGel-like substance - Hi BT THE Amber colored exudate coming from the excised wound is called Gummosis - a gummy gel-like substance cause by pathogens. In most cases healthy stone fruit trees can fight off and recover f...
  By Fruitylicious1 12 days ago (1 responses)
Acerola tree yellow leaves with spot'sAcerola tree yellow leaves with spot's - Leaf drop is common to acerola, though mainly triggered by drying out a bit also when it is about to come into a new flush of leaves, flowers, and hopefully some fruit. Maybe time to give it some fer...
  By denise1 12 days ago (1 responses)
Acacia Phlebophylla Mt. Buffalo Wattle - Hi, have you tried to google search that, some plants for sale came up. Also there are other Acacia &quote;related&quote; to it, these might suit your location better ?? ...
  By jakfruit etiquette 13 days ago (1 responses)
Plumcot - Hi Colin The cheaper solution is to ask family members, friends, neighbors if they have the variety that you after; if it fails, ask some forum member's in your state if they have the one you are ...
  By Fruitylicious1 13 days ago (3 responses)
Avocado treeAvocado tree - Under watering is just as fatal as overwatering. Check regularly for both. Avocado roots have mycorrhiza that fix nutrients and nitrogen from the air into the roots to feed the tree. So your tree is...
  By denise1 13 days ago (3 responses)
Sweet Leaf (Sauropus androgynus) - According to the site this plant has an almost all year round harvest (Feb-Dec). I assume this is in it's ideal climate (tropical) but does anyone have experience with growing it in a subtropical clim...
  By Keith13 14 days ago (0 responses)
Davidson Plums - Pademelon1 says... I think all three species could be successfully grown in a container, but I think D. jerseyana is best suited. Yes I agree, D.jerseyana will fruit lower on a multi stem shrub, con...
  By jakfruit etiquette 14 days ago (3 responses)
Panama Red PassionfruitPanama Red Passionfruit - Hi Linda, You are welcome. Its a pearl DF imports from VN. its tastes a lot better than the one sell in the market as they usually picks to early. Cheers...
  By David01 15 days ago (5 responses)
bucida molineti - Try interplant.com.au I think a wholesaler in Darwin sells them...
  By phil@tyalgum 16 days ago (1 responses)
Iyokan - The problem with the canker isn't so much to do with physically growing the tree. I meant it with respect to Australian quarantine laws. For the cost and red-tape of importation, an imported variet...
  By brad16 17 days ago (3 responses)
Orange Bergamot - Hi Clelia Bergamot orange tree is self pollinating. It will fruit by itself. A second one wouldn't hurt if you have the space to grow two. Happy gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 17 days ago (1 responses)
Pruning fig - Thanks for your reply now I have June and Manfred says August! Funny thing the tree still has fruit ripening strange as it has usually finished by now. Parrots are enjoying a feast as I have removed ...
  By Ibis 17 days ago (4 responses)
plant identifcation  plant identifcation - will do...
  By Mike w 18 days ago (10 responses)
Coconut trees care in winter - The palms going through colder than optimum temperature are prone to lose energy and fall prey to rot starting at the roots. You can put a bucket or more of diluted seawater into the rootzone and then...
  By denise1 18 days ago (3 responses)
Grapevine pestGrapevine pest - Hey Trish, Something else that came to mind. Like you said, winter is here. Grapes will soon drop all their leaves. Cut the leaves off now, bag them in oven bags, bring them inside, add some wate...
  By brad16 18 days ago (2 responses)
Seedless Pawpaw - Quite often the symptoms of slow ripening, poor flavour and seedlessness are due to cooler than optimum conditions for pawpaws. Do you have a better position for them? Perhaps you could find local str...
  By denise1 19 days ago (2 responses)
1 yr old poinciana1 yr old poinciana - It's also a good idea to prune the leader to curtail it's apical dominance and divert the growth toward the sides. Yes, prune same time with the nicking/notching operation. Happy gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 19 days ago (3 responses)
Wampi seedlings Yellowish leaves - Many thanks, will do. Good tip about no fertiliser. Cheers....
  By Datkur 19 days ago (2 responses)
Jarilla species, rare papaya relativesJarilla species, rare papaya relatives - Are you selling any jarilla seeds or plants I'd love to buy some from you. If you nolonger have seeds or seedlings could you tell me how its possible to obtain seeds from other scorces, did you imp...
  By puggleberrygarden 19 days ago (6 responses)
Bergamot orange - Also looking for a Bergamot Orange tree, Grampians Vic. Have what I am sure is an Etrog Lemon if anyone wants to swap cuttings. ...
  By Grampians1 20 days ago (5 responses)
plant identification plant identification - Hi..thanks everyone for your response. I had a look at Pseudopanax hybrid plant online and it does have resemblance. Sorry I did not take any pictures while it was germinating. Thanks....
  By apk 20 days ago (6 responses)

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Looking for Reed Avocado Scion Wood (Aust) - Hi friends, I'm on a mission to find some grafting wood for my Reed avocado seedling and hoping someone can help me. I'd like to buy a few scions from a fruiting Reed avo tree. Happy to pay for po...
  By Jen K 20 days ago (0 responses)
Sweet Leaf (Sauropus androgynus) - According to the site this plant has an almost all year round harvest (Feb-Dec). I assume this is in it's ideal climate (tropical) but does anyone have experience with growing it in a subtropical clim...
  By Keith13 14 days ago (0 responses)
Dracaena Sanderiana - Flowering Indoors ?Dracaena Sanderiana - Flowering Indoors ? - Hello All, I am wondering if we have any experienced Dracaena sanderiana growers, anyone ever got it to flower indoors or seen it flower indoors ? I have a new shoot coming up & wondering if it...
  By Farouk 9 days ago (0 responses)
Table Grape variety for Sydney Metro area - Dear Community Could you suggest a suitable table grape variety for Sydney metro conditions. It will receive full sun and grow in a large raised garden bed on a balcony and be trained on a wire to pr...
  By Collectomaniac81 7 days ago (0 responses)
Sausage Trees for sale? - Hi All, I was hoping that there might be someone out there that might be able to help me locate an advanced Kigelia africana (sausage tree). I am very keen for one semi advanced specimen if possib...
  By TimU 1 days ago (0 responses)

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GarlicGarlic - Wondering if there are any Taswegians in this forum? I am wanting to grow garlic in a cool temperate climate. Are there any varieties which will go the distance and how does garlic fare when long sp...
  By mick777 3 days ago (308 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - Hi Michael Wow!!! Spectacular!!! It will be extremely hard i suppose to get one here in Australia. In hindsight, I want to go back to basics which is Flavor. Does it taste as luscious as it looks? ...
  By Fruitylicious1 33 days ago (467 responses)
BananaBanana - Hi superbrudd Between 1.2-1.5 meters to allow the mat or stool to grow healthily. Happy gardening :-) ...
  By Fruitylicious1 34 days ago (443 responses)
Curry Leaf Tree in MelbourneCurry Leaf Tree in Melbourne - I got my curry tree from Bunnings in January. Still in its pot as I cant decide where best to plant it but its happy still. ...
  By Geelong Gardener 37 days ago (271 responses)
Pea Eggplant SeedsPea Eggplant Seeds - Hi Charlie, Sorry for late reply. Havent been on the forum for a while. I still have seeds available that you are after. Let me know if you are still interested....
  By coolbreeze 40 days ago (147 responses)
Problems with White Sapotes *Pics included*Problems with White Sapotes *Pics included* - Fruitylicious, thanks for the info! I'll take your advice and give it another go next Autumn - hopefully by then I'll have a bit more fruit to play with. Cheers ...
  By Harry 42 days ago (517 responses)
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in MelbourneTropical fruit trees successfuly grown in Melbourne - Hi Fruitylicious1, I don’t expect any fruits at this stage but seeing any flowers come up is a great rewards. Thanks for your good wish. Hi Markmelb, Winter is coming but still there is a smal...
  By David01 43 days ago (805 responses)
maqui berrymaqui berry - Does anyone know where Maqui is available in 2018 in Australia...by mail order or Bunnies? I am in country Victoria. Thanks...
  By chookie2 48 days ago (202 responses)
Ants Nests in Pot PlantsAnts Nests in Pot Plants - I had a type of red stinging ant. My body was eaten alive with terrible weeping swollen sores. The only solution is to remove the plant very carefully and soak the roots in a garbage can filled with...
  By Carolyne 63 days ago (157 responses)
graviola tree or soursopgraviola tree or soursop - HI JOHNMC1 Just want to ask please where abouts in Sydney are you located please? thanks...
  By Ruth01 64 days ago (357 responses)
passionfruit problempassionfruit problem - Hi Mr D It would be much more spectacular if you have uploaded some images of your superb big boppa. Anyway, it's not too late to show us what you've got. Happy gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 68 days ago (147 responses)
Growing avocado in MelbourneGrowing avocado in Melbourne - Hi TessinNunna Yes, there is a bit of truth in your statement that avocados can cope with dappled shade under a protective tree shade to a certain extent. But once it reach the mature fruiting stag...
  By Fruitylicious1 69 days ago (392 responses)
Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/NewcastleTropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle - My red flesh are Aztec Gem and Rixford. I have not tasted Rixford yet. Aztec Gem has rather small fruits but they are delicious!...
  By Waterfall 72 days ago (163 responses)
CoffeeCoffee - Hi Mark, Thanks for your help, i cant see any spider mites on it but ill have another look just in case. ill check out the eco oil too Thanks Steven...
  By Steven 72 days ago (274 responses)
Cuttings/ seeds/ seedlings SwapCuttings/ seeds/ seedlings Swap - Hi Harry, Since you are not far away from my office so we can exchange the plant. I will contact you via email....
  By David01 104 days ago (748 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - 5 - 6 years. I bought the seedling trees when they were 5 years old and planted them in the ground where they fruited in the first year. They have fruited prolifically for the past 3 successive ye...
  By Linton 115 days ago (272 responses)
Fruit fly controlFruit fly control - Glennis, I have no idea if the Qld ff is healthier than other flies' but the only way of getting a decent harvest from your garden or trees is to exclude them from the fruit, either by covering the wh...
  By Slicko 119 days ago (597 responses)
JaboticabaJaboticaba - Hi Rob19 yes send me an email...
  By Stevo2 119 days ago (331 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - Hi Hanna Try www.gac-seeds.com Happy Gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 120 days ago (182 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - I used damp paper towel in a ziplock bag to get those seedlings started. I've always had excellent germination rates with that method. My parents have a few citrus seedlings in their garden which a...
  By PeterM1 130 days ago (433 responses)
acha cha fruit seedsacha cha fruit seeds - if you subtract the 6 months or so to germinate here in melb over winter they are alot younger - I date when i sow them. And they sit for a while waiting for ideal conditions to do the first set of le...
  By Markmelb 132 days ago (297 responses)
gardening in Perth sandsgardening in Perth sands - Hi Kath I wish you all the luck in your new fruitopia journey. As avid growers we all know that there will be bumpy roads ahead but most of it will be a pleasant and oftentimes sumptuous journey. I...
  By Fruitylicious1 132 days ago (314 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - Hey again Rusty, Did you get pods after flowering for the first time or was it the year after? Have been keeping a close eye on my plant and entire flowering clusters are drying up and dropping off.....
  By coolbreeze 135 days ago (217 responses)
Wolf BerriesWolf Berries - Thank you Fruitylicious, I definitely have Chinense according to your pics. I have a Barbarum struggling too but not doing a lot as it may be too shaded. I will prune it hard this year and see if tha...
  By chookie2 150 days ago (187 responses)
LYCHEE TREELYCHEE TREE - Hi Nobita Good news for you. Yes you can definitely grow lychee in Box Hill, Vic. Now the bad news. It is extremely hard to get it to fruit unless you have heated greenhouse or a poly tunnel. ...
  By Fruitylicious1 154 days ago (217 responses)
jujubesjujubes - Can anyone confirm that this is a Chico jujube ? thanks...
  By ivepeters 204 days ago (164 responses)
BabacoBabaco - Back in 1985 I was a commercial grower with 1000 babacos in Mullumbimby. Great success and first supplier to Sydney markets. Now looking for a young tree on the Gold Coast. Anyone close want to sw...
  By KeithL 214 days ago (393 responses)
Mango Tree DiseaseMango Tree Disease - can you post some photos...
  By denise1 216 days ago (433 responses)
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  By Linton 240 days ago (260 responses)
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  By KathK 318 days ago (162 responses)
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  By allybanana 344 days ago (221 responses)
PassionfruitPassionfruit - If your vine is growing fruit after 7 months, that's pretty fast. I would definitely start again with a new one if you can get it to grow at that rate!...
  By Julie 385 days ago (632 responses)
Mango tree not fruitingMango tree not fruiting - Pruning will do wonders for a Mango that has already been fruiting for at least a few years. From my limited observations it is best to allow Mango trees to grow somewhat wild. In their first 'frui...
  By Gregory 394 days ago (355 responses)
Milk Kefir GrainsMilk Kefir Grains - Julie,thank you!...
  By Astrid1 401 days ago (344 responses)
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  By jenniferpaisley 484 days ago (661 responses)
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  By Bangkok 514 days ago (157 responses)
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  By denise1 519 days ago (394 responses)
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  By 19david70 601 days ago (263 responses)
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  By Benji 675 days ago (301 responses)
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  By huan 685 days ago (221 responses)
duriun trees: have you seen anyduriun trees: have you seen any - Belinda Chen said that Appearance-wise, they may be a little difficult to tell apart if you're not familiar with either. However, durian has a much more thorny appearance than the jackfruit and looks ...
  By Journey1491 718 days ago (204 responses)
Veggie gardenVeggie garden - People I visited some time ago made their whole veggie garden of slabs on edge. I can't remember how they were held together - maybe with wire? They were dug part way into the ground and were a good d...
  By Julie 732 days ago (513 responses)
bee hivesbee hives - Fulham gardens. Thanks anyway mate. Il check the gummy add...
  By ben from adelaide 753 days ago (202 responses)
Pruning PassionfruitPruning Passionfruit - Have you ever seen a passionfruit vine almost 3 inches in diameter - this one is mammoth and growing in the local park. Will see if it is sweet now....
  By bernie6 839 days ago (501 responses)
I have a cherry treeI have a cherry tree - Whoever thinks birds won't eat cooking cherries..please tell the local mynahs who tear them through the netting on my tree....
  By cherrygirl 914 days ago (171 responses)
Black Sapote not growingBlack Sapote not growing - the flowers are doing exactly what they are supposed to do. many fruiting trees will shed excess flowers, ie mangos, mandarins etc. it is all about self pruning of sorts. imagine a mature fruit tree h...
  By randey 922 days ago (218 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - Is the Blueberry Burst good in flavour? Better than the Misty & Sharpe. Planning to get my first blueberry plants. ...
  By Sheryl 1043 days ago (519 responses)
mandarin treemandarin tree - I have a imperial mandarin tree in my back yard it's about 3 year old now and going good!! I'm pretty sure the whole was 25cm wide and 35cm deep, they are supper yummy and get about 6 mandarines in o...
  By Ellie 1087 days ago (259 responses)
Rare Fruit Swap/Sale in Melbourne South/East?Rare Fruit Swap/Sale in Melbourne South/East? - Thanks Jantina but I'm keeping my collection at two--the mexican, and the luther Burbanks, which he developed for fruit quality. I'll pass on the issai if that's ok, I procured some from Diggers (well...
  By sternus1 1508 days ago (212 responses)

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