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TJ's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: Dubbo


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Fruit fly control - Bunnings nets - I asked last time I was there and they said they might get some in Nov/Dec. The only downside so far with the Bunnings nets is that the band of plastic type stuff at the bottom seems to breakdown after the 1st season, but the net and zi..3571 days 15hrs
Fruit fly control - Hi Charles, The net on the website you referred to looks interesting, but also a bit on the pricey side. Hi David, With the Bunnings Umbrella net - did you keep the top gathered a little with the cord to fit a 1m square of fly screen, or did you..3661 days 16hrs
Fruit fly control - Hi, Cover your peach tree after it has finished flowering and the fruit has started to form, whilst they are little hard and green. Seems to work here - then don't have to worry about polinating etc as bees have easy access. Also nets last longer the..3759 days 1hrs
Fruit fly control - Tomatoes and capsicums etc are self pollinating and don't need bees etc. A bit of breeze or wind is enough to ensure pollination when grown under the nets. Given the absolutely massive amount of tomatoes we've got - I wouldn't worry about it if you are..3831 days 24hrs
Fruit fly control - Julie, see my earlier entries on 9, 20, 26 January re frame/support. Essentially star posts and poly pipe. Hope that helps...3850 days 4hrs


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