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Joined: 29/08/07 Updated: 29/08/07 Frost:
Location: South Coast, NSW


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Black sapote not growing - I plonked my black sapote in under a paperbark tree and it has taken off vigorously. I wonder if it is adapted to growing in semi-shade as a young tree and too much sun and high temperatures may be detrimental. It has a mulch of paperbark leaf litter, e..4033 days 7hrs
Saltana grapevine - Gerry, According to Louis Glowinski Sultana is cane-pruned, as it fruits better on new growth than on stubs or spurs as most other grapes are pruned. He advises "Each year remove all growth except: a) Two to four (new) canes of 12 bud length fro..4033 days 8hrs
Japanese persimmon tree fruit loss - There are only two reasons I can think of. A stressed tree, or lack of pollination. Persimmons are complicated sexually and some varieties do require pollination. You haven't mentioned the variety you have, maybe the tag has been lost? Assuming you ar..4033 days 8hrs
Guavas as a hedge - I once grew a feijoa that was regularly pruned to shape. Very pretty with its pink flowers and silver lined leaves. It sprouted back quite vigourously and densely though, and I think would do better and fruit better as a big informal hedge - I would guess..4102 days 6hrs
Contatos com fazendeiros de frutas - If you want to do unpaid work there is a scheme here called WOOFAS (willing workers on organic farms), and accomodation is provided for you. If you want to have a paid job - I don't know how you do this. Have you talked to the Australian consulate? Ther..4102 days 6hrs
Ornamental pepper - Any chillies can be eaten if you can cope with the heat, which genetically evolved as a deterrent to mammals...4102 days 7hrs
Raspberries - I've never heard of anybody thinking of this. But if it was me I would try in a really big waterwell pot - one with a water reservoir in the bottom. They hate drying out. The Department of Primary Industry in Victoria has lots of good information on cult..4117 days 13hrs
Black sapote5 - I hope you are giving the tree fresh air and rain in a protected spot when the weather outside is mild, being careful not to expose the tree to sudden hot sun if it is not used to it. Have you checked the tree for mites? They love dry indoor conditions a..4257 days 5hrs
Fruit tree transplanting2 - Push a spade into the ground around each at a distance of roughly 45 cm from the trunk so that you are creating a root ball, neatly severing many but not all of the roots. Cut the top of the tree right back. Leave the tree in the ground for a month or mor..4257 days 6hrs
Wolf berries - I purchased seeds over the internet from Richters Herbs (Canada). Good service and good germination...4284 days 11hrs
Tea plants - I don't know the answer to your question; but why assam tea? I do know that they are very similiar except that the assam tea plant produces a very heavy breakfast brew - the leaves can be bought from twinings. However all other tea, including black teas..4287 days 16hrs
Late custard apple - Thanks DellDGM. Atemoyas grow fine here - African Pride is sold and grown as far south as the Bega area. A neighbour has sown atemoya seeds in his garden and gets a vigorous tasty crop. There is a beautifully even climate and rich soils here - average Jul..4294 days 7hrs
Late custard apple - I would like to grow custard apples into September and October. Is `Late Gold' the answer?..4312 days 7hrs

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