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Leigh's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: Ipswich, Qld.


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Fruit fly control - I've taken the easy way out with my tomatoes. I've a theory that to a fruit fly size matters. I think the fruit fly will only lay its eggs in a fruit big enough to feed all its larvae. So I now grow only cherry tomatoes. They fruit prolifically and the..3088 days 11hrs
Fruit fly control - Hi Julie and Amanda, I emptied 23 male fruit flies from my trap and conclude that both you ladies are correct. The insects attracted to my lettuce are not fruit flies but most likely are a wasp. The flies from my trap have differently shaped wings and a..3903 days 13hrs
Fruit fly control - I think you're right Wayne. This is the first time I've grown lettuce and I now think they are cos lettuce...3903 days 14hrs
Fruit fly control - I can't work out why my elderly minionette lettuce attract fruit flies. Within 2 metres I have a trap that is slowly collecting dead flies but the lettuce always has them flying in and crawling around on the leaves. Nearby I have silverbeet and caulifl..3905 days 7hrs
Fruit fly control - I can't work out why my minionette lettuce attract fruit flies. Within 2 metres I have a trap that is slowly collecting dead flies but the lettuce always has them flying in and crawling around on the leaves. Nearby I have silverbeet and cauliflower gro..3905 days 7hrs


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