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Ormiston starts with ...
i would like to directions to what i have to do. i live in redland bay, qld. soil is red clay
thank you
when do we start to fertilse new plants and old plants. thank you
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13th September 2018 4:47pm
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Mango Mike says...
Redland Bay was a major growing area in Qld. with Custard Apples having a great name in this area.... New trees can be fertised start away existing trees after fruiting or now as the weather warms up..Mike
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14th September 2018 2:13pm
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Scott 10 says...
What type of plants do you wish to fertilise?
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15th September 2018 9:08pm
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Redland says...
Thank you very much Mango Mike. this information does help.
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Redland says...
Hi Scott.

I do have a variety. cashew in a pot, jajum, wax apple, mulberry, phalsa, a few fruit tree in pots. thank you
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