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Jacqueline's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: Kalbarri, W.A.

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Dragon fruit - Hi Sunil - Ours is a red fruit. Conditions here are very dry generally, we average about 340 mm of rainfall annually. We water twice a week through our hot dry summer (average temp is 36 but gets up to mid 40's), and once a week through the less severe d..5557 days 12hrs
Dragon fruit - Hi Peter, Sorry for the late reply. We planted this about six years ago and water twice a week during the heat of summer. The rest of the year, depending on rainfall, we water once a week. There are pieces we've discarded and left on the ground that..5568 days 23hrs
Dragon fruit - Our solution to supporting the pitaya was a 2.5 metre plastic sewer pipe (about 8 inch diameter) dug into the sandy soil and half filled with sand for support - no concrete needed. We then wrapped a sheet of reed/bamboo screen around the pipe to give the..5578 days 19hrs

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