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Harry's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 02/01/21 Frost:
Location: ROXBURGH PARK


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Problems with white sapotes pics included - Fruitylicious, thanks for the info! I'll take your advice and give it another go next Autumn - hopefully by then I'll have a bit more fruit to play with. Cheers ..1236 days 13hrs
Caterpillar id - To accurately identify what species it is, I would submit the pictures to MyPestGuide - they offer a free insect / pest identification service in Australia. Also, they have a mobile app which is available from the google play store...1236 days 13hrs
Problems with white sapotes pics included - I finally tasted my first white sapote (Chris) about two weeks ago - but to be honest, I was very disappointed as the fruit was really bitter. Not sure if I picked it to early as only 3/4 of the fruit was soft (except for near the stem which was still a..1243 days 13hrs
Cuttings seeds seedlings swap - I have a spare Tyalgum Purple plant for trade (or giveaway) if anyone is interested. dwain @ live . com . au ..1299 days 12hrs
Soanum capsicoides devils apple - Vasili's Garden (coburg) got some in stock yesterday and I think they about $10.90 each. Cheers..1724 days 15hrs

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White sapote pruning - Wilson White Sapote fruiting now is the biggest and the best type, absolutely delicious, better than the others. In my humble opinion and compared to all the others I grow, Wilson has the best flavour with large size. These are whoppers, bigger than te..Liked Answer 935 days 14hrs
My avocado hass is dying - I disagree with this. That's the conventional home brewed wisdom, but the reality isn't like that. Water will not collect in a hole that is filled with quality soil--- there will always be run off. The amount of rain you would need to reach saturation i..Liked Answer 2419 days 15hrs


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