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Figbarron's Edible Backyard

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Location: FRANKSTON SOUTH

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Which apple variety has the best nutrients - An exerpt from this website "e;e;In order of antioxidant levels, the varieties ranked: Red Delicious (2,012), Northern Spy (1,548), Ida Red (1,479), Cortland (1,323), Golden Delicious (1,265), McIntosh (1,163), Mutsu (1,017) and Empire (782). The n..1803 days 13hrs
Pollanition1 - Yes they will pollinate each other. Please have a look at the Flemings pollination chart in the image attached. Happy gardening ..1803 days 14hrs
King that mango - Once the flower is fertilized, you will see a pinhead sized fruit, usually after a week? Im in Vic and mine flowered last November so there might be a difference in duration. For fruiting, granular fertilizer high in potash such as Sulphate of Potash ..1812 days 15hrs
Woven planter bag size for mango and - Hie there Its advised to start off with a smaller bag to avoid overwhelming/drowning the roots. for example if the pot you bought it in was a 2L pot, pot up to a 35L bag and it will last it for some years before needing to re-pot. As they grow talle..1812 days 15hrs
Black sapote1 - You wait until the calyx rises off the fruit as explained in Kaths video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMvIlsQT_LY..1813 days 21hrs

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Repotting fuit trees - Figs are about the toughest of plants. I don't want to insult your trees, so please don't take this wrongly- figs make good bonsais and bonsai fig trees produce figs if they are given enough light and warmth. At TAFE, each year the bonsais were taken ..Liked Answer 1924 days 20hrs


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