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Jadelink's Edible Backyard

Joined: 23/03/20 Updated: 21/01/24 Frost:
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Blueberry brown leaves and holes - Leaf burn could be sunburn or fertiliser burn (if you overdid the fertiliser). The former is nothing to worry about at this time of year, most of the hard sun has passed. The holes are likely slugs or snails, certainly something is eating it, and catt..793 days 18hrs
Dying passion fruit vines - Sounds like fusarium wilt. No real cure. Use grafted passionfruits, the rootstock is very resistant. I'd never seen it in Melbourne before this year, and never bothered with the grafted varieties, just moved and had it take one out at the new pl..795 days 16hrs
Parrots no panama berries - Rubber snakes work better in country areas, where they get to see enough real snakes. Reflective toys just get played with by the rainbow lorikeets. Netting is the way...795 days 17hrs
Panamaberry - It doesn't seem that unhealthy. Maybe a shot of seasol. The hard part down here is getting them through the winter, and I remember Mildura winters being colder than Melbourne ones, and it's hard enough to get them to live down here. I'..795 days 17hrs
Avocado branches black4 - In most places I would suspect burn over fungus. Especially out in the open like that. I've had young ones burn like that, you can either get them a shadier spot, put up some shade cloth, or make a solution out of something like unscented talcum po..905 days 15hrs


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