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  1. Mark
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    Tip How to use this forum

    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to SUB-TROPICAL climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you...
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to SUB-TROPICAL climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you have a question or a discussion point that is clearly SUB-TROPICAL climate-related then use this forum.
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to SUB-TROPICAL climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you have a question or a discussion point that is...
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to SUB-TROPICAL climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you...
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  2. Mje772003

    Problem Small green grasshopper issue

    Hi all I need some advice on my eggplant and new apple tree the leaves are being eaten by small green grasshoppers with black dots on their legs I’m in Brisbane and not sure how to handle this as...
    Hi all I need some advice on my eggplant and new apple tree the leaves are being eaten by small green grasshoppers with black dots on their legs I’m in Brisbane and not sure how to handle this as i have tried eco oil but seems to not work The eggplant fruit are untouched and the citrus are fine
    Hi all I need some advice on my eggplant and new apple tree the leaves are being eaten by small green grasshoppers with black dots on their legs I’m in Brisbane and not sure how to handle this as i have tried eco oil but seems to not work The...
    Hi all I need some advice on my eggplant and new apple tree the leaves are being eaten by small green grasshoppers with black dots on their legs I’m in Brisbane and not sure how to handle this as...
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  3. Wedgetail

    Peanut Tree

    Yes, I imagine most bush tucker could benefit from some haute cuisine input. That being said, the Atherton raspberry's flavour is apparently just a milder version of its European cousin.
    Yes, I imagine most bush tucker could benefit from some haute cuisine input. That being said, the Atherton raspberry's flavour is apparently just a milder version of its European cousin.
    Yes, I imagine most bush tucker could benefit from some haute cuisine input. That being said, the Atherton raspberry's flavour is apparently just a milder version of its European cousin.
    Yes, I imagine most bush tucker could benefit from some haute cuisine input. That being said, the Atherton raspberry's flavour is apparently just a milder version of its European cousin.

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  4. DTK

    Sub Tropical, SEQ planting this summer

    With thanks Dave. I tired to pack in / cover with in as much compost and water holding material as possible to assist with veg growth. At this stage, it's "hurry up and wait". It's part of the...
    With thanks Dave. I tired to pack in / cover with in as much compost and water holding material as possible to assist with veg growth. At this stage, it's "hurry up and wait". It's part of the learning curve for an enthusiastic novice.
    With thanks Dave. I tired to pack in / cover with in as much compost and water holding material as possible to assist with veg growth. At this stage, it's "hurry up and wait". It's part of the learning curve for an enthusiastic novice.
    With thanks Dave. I tired to pack in / cover with in as much compost and water holding material as possible to assist with veg growth. At this stage, it's "hurry up and wait". It's part of the...

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  5. col

    Dragon fruit in Hervey Bay

    Thanks again Col. Great info; much appreciated!
    Thanks again Col. Great info; much appreciated!
    Thanks again Col. Great info; much appreciated!
    Thanks again Col. Great info; much appreciated!

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  6. Ray Speed
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    Another 5 new tree's lol

    Ray, you inspired me. Last week I went and purchased 2 Washington Navel and a Meyer Lemon. Planted them along side boundary. On a roll, I have just returned from Bunnings with Tahitian Lime ...
    Ray, you inspired me. Last week I went and purchased 2 Washington Navel and a Meyer Lemon. Planted them along side boundary. On a roll, I have just returned from Bunnings with Tahitian Lime Cavendish Banana, Bowen Mango, Imperial Mandarine and Emperor Mandarins along with poly pipe, fittings...
    Ray, you inspired me. Last week I went and purchased 2 Washington Navel and a Meyer Lemon. Planted them along side boundary. On a roll, I have just returned from Bunnings with Tahitian Lime Cavendish Banana, Bowen Mango, Imperial Mandarine and...
    Ray, you inspired me. Last week I went and purchased 2 Washington Navel and a Meyer Lemon. Planted them along side boundary. On a roll, I have just returned from Bunnings with Tahitian Lime ...

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  7. Wedgetail
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    Today's Haul

    Thanks for your thoughts guys. Dave
    Thanks for your thoughts guys. Dave
    Thanks for your thoughts guys. Dave
    Thanks for your thoughts guys. Dave

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