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Muzza's Edible Backyard

Joined: 26/11/08 Updated: 01/12/08 Frost:
Location: Adelaide

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Coffee - Hi Pauline This link is a good start on how to process your coffee berries http://www.daff.qld.gov.au/26_19720.htm Cheers Muzza..4172 days 22hrs
Coffee - Hi Pauline Nice to know your trees are going well. Adelaide winter is very kind to coffee trees, so provided you do not live in a frost area you will be fine. Mine are going crazy, have stacks of berries which are getting bigger. Unfortunately, the c..4324 days 8hrs
Coffee - Hi snottiegobbie, My coffee trees are about 5 yrs old. And, yes the tall tree is a curry tree. My curry tree does weep and drops a lots of it's leaves during winter, but they grow all back come spring.Those black berries if planted will grow. Mind..4425 days 10hrs
Coffee - Thought I include some pictures of my trees. As you can see they are going well after a good pruning and some potassium to encourage them to flower. Once they flowered, it was NPK and liquid fertilizer to get the berries to grow quickly while the sun sti..4425 days 21hrs
Coffee - My trees will be 5 yrs old next Jan. They didn't start flowering until the 3 yr mark. They flower around spring-summer, with full berries by end of summer. Normally, they ready for harvest May-Aug under ideal conditions. In Adelaide, they won't ripen u..4634 days 19hrs

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