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Mark9's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: Tingalpa, Brisbane


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Pinkabelle apple tree - Gavin, If I had to guess, I would say they're probably aphids of some sort. If so, some eco-oil or similar can be mixed with water and sprayed on the tree, especially the new growth. Hope this helps. ..5734 days 8hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - I've got a Pinkabelle as well as a Golden Dorset and a "Tropical Apple" variety in large pots. I didn't think the other two varieties would cross-pollinate with the Pinkabelle, but because its supposed to be partly self-pollinating, I thought I'd giv..5742 days 14hrs
Thorny lime problem - We have a mature Lime tree in the yard with very sharp thorns on the branches that will easily spike right through my normal gardening gloves. Can anyone suggest how to prune it back and dispose of the cuttings without spiking fingers and shredding garbag..5777 days 13hrs


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