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Thithi's Edible Backyard

Joined: 28/06/14 Updated: 28/01/16 Frost:
Location: MELBOURNE

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Pepino diseases - My pepino fruits look similar to those of davewastech. I cut them open and found larvae and earwigs inside. My peaches and apples didn't get these maggots luckily. Could someone identify laevae in the photo. Thanks ..2133 days 22hrs
Longan trees1 - Kohala is more cold hardier than biew kiew. My biew kiew lost all leaves during last winter while Kohala was ok. Biew kiew is fine now and start to grow new leaves. Ps. Min temp last winter in my area is -1.3c..2230 days 23hrs
Avocados15 - I got lamb hass, hass, wurtz, bacon, Sheppard. They are all more or less flowering at the same time and is finishing flowering now. I also want to extend avo season like you, but none of my avos trees have managed to hold on to any fruit yet...2230 days 23hrs
Jaboticaba in vic - My, I would love to grow jab if I could buy a tree thats already fruited.... at a reasonable price :)..2265 days 21hrs
Spring quiz competition iii - Ahh, silly me. Got it...2268 days 15hrs

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Avocado leaves going brown - Ive been thinking about what to offer - apart from you being in Cairns - I think you basically bought a dud plant - search out a few differnt growers and see how vigorous they look esp with big green leaves before buying - dont be shy about giving half a ..Liked Answer 2047 days 11hrs

Pomegranate - Elcite

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