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Geoff starts with ...
In Queensland if you freeze the crowns for a month the plants will grow better. Do you freeze them over summer and grow them in winter or visa versa?
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7th November 2009 9:07pm
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roughie says...
HI GEOFF, I STILL CANT GET USED TO ANSWERING ON THISC FORUM (SLOW I GUESS)
I WAS TRYING TO ANSWER ELF'S QUESTION,MY RHUBARD GO GROW QUITE WELL. MINE ARE IN THE SHADE & WERE SLOW TO START SO I PLACED A LARGE BLACK POT OVER THEM. THEY GREW TOWARDS THE LIGHT PRETY FAST.I USE HORSE OR COW MANURE & IT SEEMS TO WORK A TREAT. HOPE YOUR LUCK IMPROVES.
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Geoff says...
In Vic there should be no problems growing it. If you grow it in the shade you will get more stem. In the sun, more leaf.The beliefe is that the leaves are very toxic. They are mildly toxic and you would have to eat a lot but there are far better things to eat.
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