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Dwarf bananas - Does anyone have any dwarf banana plants for sale in the Newcastle/Hunter area? Can pay & pick up. Have checked several nurseries around here and no-one has any stock. Thanks,..211 days 0hrs
Pawpaws eaten1 - Fruitylicious: thanks for info......291 days 21hrs
Pawpaws eaten1 - What's eating my ripening pawpaws?? Tree completely netted. Thanks, ..294 days 3hrs
Pawpaws eaten - ..294 days 3hrs
Fallen young custard apple - Found this on the ground under our tree this morning. It was going to be our first fruit of the season. Stem looks like it's just snapped off cleanly. No strong wind last night. Any idea as to possible causes? Thanks,..324 days 1hrs
Custard apples and bats - Do fruit bats attack/eat ripening custard apples? Thanks,..324 days 1hrs
Paxton prolific not fruiting - Thanks, Waterfall - please see my update under "e;Fruitylicious"e; below - seems like I'm starting to have a bit of success. Good idea about training branches to spread rather than go up...330 days 13hrs
Paxton prolific not fruiting - Thanks for this info. Will consider further. If I start misting on hot days, how long would I need to run it for each day? (we can have a string of summer days where the temp is above 28 degrees with hot, dry westerly wind from about 10 am until 6pm). Wh..330 days 13hrs
Paxton prolific not fruiting - We are in Newcastle, NSW (about 1 km from the coast) and have a 3-4 year old healthy Paxton Prolific custard apple tree which is growing well ( now about 3 m tall). I am doing all the fertilizer (potash, Nitrophoska, Dynamic Lifter) regime etc., mulching,..333 days 21hrs

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Pawpaws eaten1 - Hi BZH First of all your netting is not properly installed. A good netting should be framed and taut with a reasonable distance away from the fruit being protected. Yours is loose and crinkly. Bigger birds and flying fox can easily lean and use their w..Liked Answer 291 days 21hrs

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