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    Discussions about growing specifically in a TROPICAL climate
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    Latest: Howard Springs NT - tombr - Tropical Garden JoshW, Mar 31, 2020 at 9:53 AM
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  2. Subtropical Climate Only

    Discussions about growing specifically in a SUB-TROPICAL climate
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    Latest: Few things happening around the place Ray Speed, Apr 1, 2020 at 8:43 AM
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  3. Temperate Climate Only

    Discussions about growing specifically in a TEMPERATE climate
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    Latest: Its Garlic Planting Time Lucas, Mar 30, 2020 at 7:14 PM
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    Discussions about growing specifically in an ARID DRY climate
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    Latest: Spices Erica Sandoval, Mar 31, 2020 at 6:52 AM
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    Discussions about growing specifically in a COLD climate only
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    Latest: Trashed Garden. ClissAT, Mar 23, 2020
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  6. Sell, Swap, Free, Wanted

    Sell, swap, give away, or ask for seeds, cuttings, plants, recyclables, tools, etc in this section.
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    Latest: Looking for Oak acorns Charles Benson, Mar 28, 2020 at 2:38 PM
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  1. Kitty

    Banana tree help

    I give mine a bucket every couple of days until it gets established then go out to 2 buckets ever 4 days . Hope this helps Dave.
    I give mine a bucket every couple of days until it gets established then go out to 2 buckets ever 4 days . Hope this helps Dave.
    I give mine a bucket every couple of days until it gets established then go out to 2 buckets ever 4 days . Hope this helps Dave.
    I give mine a bucket every couple of days until it gets established then go out to 2 buckets ever 4 days . Hope this helps Dave.

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  2. Tombr
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    Fruit Showcase Star Fruit

    Tombr submitted a new Showcase Item: Star Fruit Read more about this showcase item here...
    Tombr submitted a new Showcase Item: Star Fruit Read more about this showcase item here...
    Tombr submitted a new Showcase Item: Star Fruit Read more about this showcase item here...
    Tombr submitted a new Showcase Item: Star Fruit Read more about this showcase item here...
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  3. Daniel Gilchrist

    Seeds and mulch

    Ok thats what i was thinking thank you
    Ok thats what i was thinking thank you
    Ok thats what i was thinking thank you
    Ok thats what i was thinking thank you
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  4. DTK

    Sweet potato pest

    Remember that pyrethrum is non specific so it kills the goodies at the same time as the baddies. Also remember that caterpillars are usually butterflies in waiting. Although the plain green or...
    Remember that pyrethrum is non specific so it kills the goodies at the same time as the baddies. Also remember that caterpillars are usually butterflies in waiting. Although the plain green or brown types are often moths or white butterflies so they need to go to the chooks.
    Remember that pyrethrum is non specific so it kills the goodies at the same time as the baddies. Also remember that caterpillars are usually butterflies in waiting. Although the plain green or brown types are often moths or white butterflies so...
    Remember that pyrethrum is non specific so it kills the goodies at the same time as the baddies. Also remember that caterpillars are usually butterflies in waiting. Although the plain green or...

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  5. Pauljm

    New beds-How many worms?

    Hi all hope everyone is staying safe in these crazy times. I haven’t been on here for quite a while as we moved house prior to Xmas and am now building some garden beds at our new place. I have...
    Hi all hope everyone is staying safe in these crazy times. I haven’t been on here for quite a while as we moved house prior to Xmas and am now building some garden beds at our new place. I have spent the weekend loading up new beds with organic soil from the landscape supplies. I have used this...
    Hi all hope everyone is staying safe in these crazy times. I haven’t been on here for quite a while as we moved house prior to Xmas and am now building some garden beds at our new place. I have spent the weekend loading up new beds with organic...
    Hi all hope everyone is staying safe in these crazy times. I haven’t been on here for quite a while as we moved house prior to Xmas and am now building some garden beds at our new place. I have...
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  6. AndrewB

    Back to it

    Hi Andrew i put spent hay and straw in the bottom of my new beds i i do is add some blood and bone to it to help decompose the hay/straw cheers
    Hi Andrew i put spent hay and straw in the bottom of my new beds i i do is add some blood and bone to it to help decompose the hay/straw cheers
    Hi Andrew i put spent hay and straw in the bottom of my new beds i i do is add some blood and bone to it to help decompose the hay/straw cheers
    Hi Andrew i put spent hay and straw in the bottom of my new beds i i do is add some blood and bone to it to help decompose the hay/straw cheers

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  7. Erica Sandoval

    Question Has anyone successfully grown saffron crocus?

    It's crazy expensive and I love the stuff. Has anyone grown this and been successful? Is it worth it?
    It's crazy expensive and I love the stuff. Has anyone grown this and been successful? Is it worth it?
    It's crazy expensive and I love the stuff. Has anyone grown this and been successful? Is it worth it?
    It's crazy expensive and I love the stuff. Has anyone grown this and been successful? Is it worth it?
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  8. Vicky

    Dragon Fruit growing/placement advice needed for South Australia

    I was given a Dragonfruit plant (?) last year, I've no idea about the plant but it wasn't very big so figured I'd put it in a pot and work it out. It has gone absolutely nuts and I really need to...
    I was given a Dragonfruit plant (?) last year, I've no idea about the plant but it wasn't very big so figured I'd put it in a pot and work it out. It has gone absolutely nuts and I really need to do something with it. Our verandah is north facing so gets lovely winter sun, we have a shadecloth...
    I was given a Dragonfruit plant (?) last year, I've no idea about the plant but it wasn't very big so figured I'd put it in a pot and work it out. It has gone absolutely nuts and I really need to do something with it. Our verandah is north facing...
    I was given a Dragonfruit plant (?) last year, I've no idea about the plant but it wasn't very big so figured I'd put it in a pot and work it out. It has gone absolutely nuts and I really need to...

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  9. Wedgetail

    They just keep coming

    Back in the veggy patch again and noticed a patch of hay in the sweet potato area was raised up so I had to investigate and golly gosh there was these rippers 5.5kg total. Yummy sweet potato chips...
    Back in the veggy patch again and noticed a patch of hay in the sweet potato area was raised up so I had to investigate and golly gosh there was these rippers 5.5kg total. Yummy sweet potato chips for tea tonight. Dave
    Back in the veggy patch again and noticed a patch of hay in the sweet potato area was raised up so I had to investigate and golly gosh there was these rippers 5.5kg total. Yummy sweet potato chips for tea tonight. Dave
    Back in the veggy patch again and noticed a patch of hay in the sweet potato area was raised up so I had to investigate and golly gosh there was these rippers 5.5kg total. Yummy sweet potato chips...

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  10. Wedgetail
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    Sweet potato

    That should feed the neighborhood!!
    That should feed the neighborhood!!
    That should feed the neighborhood!!
    That should feed the neighborhood!!

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  11. DTK

    Please identify

    Thanks ClissAT
    Thanks ClissAT
    Thanks ClissAT
    Thanks ClissAT

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  12. vikinglord13

    vikinglord's new vegetable garden!!!

    Hi ClissAT young beardies need about 80% protein/insect and 20% veggies but when they're adults they transition to about 80% veggies and 20% insects. We're Ember live mealworm, and freeze-dried...
    Hi ClissAT young beardies need about 80% protein/insect and 20% veggies but when they're adults they transition to about 80% veggies and 20% insects. We're Ember live mealworm, and freeze-dried mealworms and crickets for now, we'll transition to superworm when he gets bigger. Here's a video of...
    Hi ClissAT young beardies need about 80% protein/insect and 20% veggies but when they're adults they transition to about 80% veggies and 20% insects. We're Ember live mealworm, and freeze-dried mealworms and crickets for now, we'll transition to...
    Hi ClissAT young beardies need about 80% protein/insect and 20% veggies but when they're adults they transition to about 80% veggies and 20% insects. We're Ember live mealworm, and freeze-dried...
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  13. Fergzter

    Question Eggplant Leaf Discolouration

    If you search this site for a thread I started over 12 mths ago about tomato diseases, it will apply equally to your eggplant. There are heaps of photos of leaves with different conditions and...
    If you search this site for a thread I started over 12 mths ago about tomato diseases, it will apply equally to your eggplant. There are heaps of photos of leaves with different conditions and some stem profiles. Sorry I'm running out of time or I'd hunt it down myself.
    If you search this site for a thread I started over 12 mths ago about tomato diseases, it will apply equally to your eggplant. There are heaps of photos of leaves with different conditions and some stem profiles. Sorry I'm running out of time or...
    If you search this site for a thread I started over 12 mths ago about tomato diseases, it will apply equally to your eggplant. There are heaps of photos of leaves with different conditions and...

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  14. Steve

    Growing Chives

    I've just started growing chives, so am loving this info before I get to harvesting
    I've just started growing chives, so am loving this info before I get to harvesting
    I've just started growing chives, so am loving this info before I get to harvesting
    I've just started growing chives, so am loving this info before I get to harvesting
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  15. Jake Jeffries

    What kind of bugs?

    Yep the fluffy one is moth eggs, not a problem even if they eat a few leaves. Second one is either aphids or similar that suck the sap from new growth causing the newly forming leaves to curl....
    Yep the fluffy one is moth eggs, not a problem even if they eat a few leaves. Second one is either aphids or similar that suck the sap from new growth causing the newly forming leaves to curl. Depending on how many tips are affected, it could be a virus. If it's bad go round and cut the tips...
    Yep the fluffy one is moth eggs, not a problem even if they eat a few leaves. Second one is either aphids or similar that suck the sap from new growth causing the newly forming leaves to curl. Depending on how many tips are affected, it could be...
    Yep the fluffy one is moth eggs, not a problem even if they eat a few leaves. Second one is either aphids or similar that suck the sap from new growth causing the newly forming leaves to curl....

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  16. TerryB

    Question Tree Mulch

    Thanks for your reply. I decided to thin it out a bit, and will add more as the seedlings develop. Keep you all posted.
    Thanks for your reply. I decided to thin it out a bit, and will add more as the seedlings develop. Keep you all posted.
    Thanks for your reply. I decided to thin it out a bit, and will add more as the seedlings develop. Keep you all posted.
    Thanks for your reply. I decided to thin it out a bit, and will add more as the seedlings develop. Keep you all posted.

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  17. Tonytony

    Growing edible things in the aquarium?

    Look at deep water culture hydroponics for ideas on the types of plants you can grow. You just need varieties that are happy to have constantly wet feet. I've grown lettuce & spring onions with...
    Look at deep water culture hydroponics for ideas on the types of plants you can grow. You just need varieties that are happy to have constantly wet feet. I've grown lettuce & spring onions with no problem. You could also consider something like watercress which is a fast grower. An airstone...
    Look at deep water culture hydroponics for ideas on the types of plants you can grow. You just need varieties that are happy to have constantly wet feet. I've grown lettuce & spring onions with no problem. You could also consider something like...
    Look at deep water culture hydroponics for ideas on the types of plants you can grow. You just need varieties that are happy to have constantly wet feet. I've grown lettuce & spring onions with...
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  18. Troy
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    Question Companion Planting herbs

    The mosquito dunks only last 30 days and have to be reapplied throughout the mosquito season.
    The mosquito dunks only last 30 days and have to be reapplied throughout the mosquito season.
    The mosquito dunks only last 30 days and have to be reapplied throughout the mosquito season.
    The mosquito dunks only last 30 days and have to be reapplied throughout the mosquito season.

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  19. Tennille Mand
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    Question Northwest Louisiana????

    Thank you everyone for yr help!
    Thank you everyone for yr help!
    Thank you everyone for yr help!
    Thank you everyone for yr help!
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  20. Ringo Perkov
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    Fruit Showcase Blue Berries

    Awsome thanks for the info ...
    Awsome thanks for the info ...
    Awsome thanks for the info ...
    Awsome thanks for the info ...
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  21. Paulphot
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    Salad and herb garden progress

    Coming along nicely Paul well done. Dave
    Coming along nicely Paul well done. Dave
    Coming along nicely Paul well done. Dave
    Coming along nicely Paul well done. Dave

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  22. David - coona

    Question What is your plan for winter veg planting

    I went a little off track there this month will sowing garlic lot of garlic, celery, chinese cabbage, broad beans and lettuce to add to the list above
    I went a little off track there this month will sowing garlic lot of garlic, celery, chinese cabbage, broad beans and lettuce to add to the list above
    I went a little off track there this month will sowing garlic lot of garlic, celery, chinese cabbage, broad beans and lettuce to add to the list above
    I went a little off track there this month will sowing garlic lot of garlic, celery, chinese cabbage, broad beans and lettuce to add to the list above

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  23. Wanda
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    Herb & Spice Showcase Garlic

    Wanda submitted a new Showcase Item: Garlic Read more about this showcase item here...
    Wanda submitted a new Showcase Item: Garlic Read more about this showcase item here...
    Wanda submitted a new Showcase Item: Garlic Read more about this showcase item here...
    Wanda submitted a new Showcase Item: Garlic Read more about this showcase item here...
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  24. Paulphot

    Tomatoes finally ripening

    Hi Paulphot nice looking tomato glad to see your garden is going ok. Dave
    Hi Paulphot nice looking tomato glad to see your garden is going ok. Dave
    Hi Paulphot nice looking tomato glad to see your garden is going ok. Dave
    Hi Paulphot nice looking tomato glad to see your garden is going ok. Dave

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  25. Tonytony

    Are seeds still good after going through the wash?

    Well if they are anything like my kids DS game chips, then yes. Will work just fine....
    Well if they are anything like my kids DS game chips, then yes. Will work just fine....
    Well if they are anything like my kids DS game chips, then yes. Will work just fine....
    Well if they are anything like my kids DS game chips, then yes. Will work just fine....
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