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Lyn2's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: Outer North Brisbane


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Mulberry from cuttings - I remember my father-in-law once used mulberry tree prunings as stakes for his tomatoes - the mulberry prunings grew better than the tomatoes - so I don't think they need any special treatment - they are as tough as old boots. ..3800 days 20hrs
Finger limes14 - Thanks Diana - but what colour are the wild finger limes - I thought they were all green until I checked on this site! They seem to be red, black, yellow!!..3800 days 20hrs
Finger limes14 - I'm keen on growing a Finger Lime but would like to know which would be the best variety to grow on the northside of Brisbane...3801 days 14hrs
Pawpaws - Long term it is best to cut the tree to a manageable height - sometimes it means losing some of the fruit - but any Asian families will be glad of the unripe fruit as they use it in curries and salads - put some alfoil or a tin on the cut trunk to prevent..4495 days 15hrs
Pawpaws - Black spots under the leaves - leaves need to be sprayed with copper sulphate! Seems to be a common problem lately...4575 days 14hrs


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