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SeaMountains starts with ...
We are purchasing a piece of land in the Myall lakes region. Can I grow Avocados there? And which varieties are the best for the region? That is so exciting! THanks!
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1st December 2020 4:42pm
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Waterfall says...
Honestly you could grow any variety up there, just choose the ones you like the taste of. Best to get an A and B type for cross pollination.
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WATERFALL,2233,NSW
3rd December 2020 11:41am
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SeaMountains says...
Thank you! With a bit of planning, we could have them year round then! Do the birds, possums, bats get into them?
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Waterfall says...
Not in my experience, they seem pest free and they need to be because they hang on the tree for a long time.
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