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PhilTyalgum4's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: Murwillumbah

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Pummelo - Looks great Adam, even makes us in the subtropics jealous!..4816 days 7hrs
Red bayberry - None of the seeds I planted from the eBay source germinated worse luck, would be interesting to try them from cuttings...4817 days 21hrs
Testing14 - Sometimes I have to delete my own posts for security reasons (eg email addresses) and if a weblink doesn't work or I spell something incorrectly. As long as we can still edit our own posts there shouldn't be any probs with a moderator...4818 days 20hrs
Kiwi fruit2 - You will find they will become a tangled mess if not pruned annually. And you need to open the vines up to allow bees in for pollination. Try and train in to a T shape and remove all growth older than about 1 year, then just allow five or six laterals to ..4819 days 4hrs
Indian almond1 - Soak the seeds in cold water for 24 hours before sowing, you should get a good germination rate...4823 days 2hrs

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