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Scott G's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: The Gold Coast

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Growing questions - I have a Malabar Chestnut here on the Gold Coast. They can only tollerate the lightest of frosts. That should be OK for Howard shouldn't it? They do like a bit of water. Mine is in a damp spot and it does well. I saw one doing very badly on a dry ri..5676 days 2hrs
Potted mandarin tree - You need to spray the new shoots a few times with a pest deterrent to keep the leaf miner to a minimum. I resorted to a spray with pyrethrum (yes I know it is poisonous). I have read that the oil in oily sprays turns to an acid in the sun. This is espe..5678 days 3hrs
Black sapote9 - WOW! I've never known that to happen. Photos please!!!!! Perhaps one of the tree to have it identified first...5692 days 4hrs
Tamarillos1 - My tamarillo is 2.5m tall and loaded with fruit. They are a very delicate plant and growing them lower and wider should be helpful against wind damage. It will also keep the fruit within reach. My plant branches 20cm above the ground then 50cm above th..5692 days 4hrs
Nectarine trees - The tree might be stressed due to lack of water. During he period when a tree is growing fruit it is an important to keep them well watered and happy. If the tree is under stress it will sacrafice its fruit in order to ensure its own survival...5693 days 18hrs

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