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  1. MichaelSchonefeld

    What is it??

    Thanks ClissAT. I have discovered for me that Best use is burning it. It is such a pest!
    Thanks ClissAT. I have discovered for me that Best use is burning it. It is such a pest!
    Thanks ClissAT. I have discovered for me that Best use is burning it. It is such a pest!
    Thanks ClissAT. I have discovered for me that Best use is burning it. It is such a pest!

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  2. Tony Baker

    Returning home soon...

    Thanks Dave.
    Thanks Dave.
    Thanks Dave.
    Thanks Dave.
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  3. Gavin H

    Soil test

    Meant to say raised garden bed. I took that sample from 1. I do have another raised garden bed and 1 in ground
    Meant to say raised garden bed. I took that sample from 1. I do have another raised garden bed and 1 in ground
    Meant to say raised garden bed. I took that sample from 1. I do have another raised garden bed and 1 in ground
    Meant to say raised garden bed. I took that sample from 1. I do have another raised garden bed and 1 in ground

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  4. Gavin H

    Problem Ginger holes

    On the ginger itself going into the rhizomes (if that spelt correctly)
    On the ginger itself going into the rhizomes (if that spelt correctly)
    On the ginger itself going into the rhizomes (if that spelt correctly)
    On the ginger itself going into the rhizomes (if that spelt correctly)

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  5. Mje772003

    Problem Small green grasshopper issue

    In Australia it's called Dipel.
    In Australia it's called Dipel.
    In Australia it's called Dipel.
    In Australia it's called Dipel.
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  6. Tony Baker

    Dragon fruit harvest

    Mya audio is poor as I was just playing around with a gopro The treated pine sleepers I had some of them up snapped in a storm so I have to sort that out when I return home.
    Mya audio is poor as I was just playing around with a gopro The treated pine sleepers I had some of them up snapped in a storm so I have to sort that out when I return home.
    Mya audio is poor as I was just playing around with a gopro The treated pine sleepers I had some of them up snapped in a storm so I have to sort that out when I return home.
    Mya audio is poor as I was just playing around with a gopro The treated pine sleepers I had some of them up snapped in a storm so I have to sort that out when I return home.
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  7. Ray Speed
    Like x 3

    Another 5 new tree's lol

    fruit tree's going well, lots of flowers lots of fruit starting to come, very young tree's exciting times
    fruit tree's going well, lots of flowers lots of fruit starting to come, very young tree's exciting times
    fruit tree's going well, lots of flowers lots of fruit starting to come, very young tree's exciting times
    fruit tree's going well, lots of flowers lots of fruit starting to come, very young tree's exciting times

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  8. Wedgetail
    Love it! x 4

    Today's Haul

    Hi Dan only tried Spearmint, Chilli ,capsicum and a few of the lemon scented ones. Dave
    Hi Dan only tried Spearmint, Chilli ,capsicum and a few of the lemon scented ones. Dave
    Hi Dan only tried Spearmint, Chilli ,capsicum and a few of the lemon scented ones. Dave
    Hi Dan only tried Spearmint, Chilli ,capsicum and a few of the lemon scented ones. Dave

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  9. Ray Speed

    Look what we found

    absolutely love the flavor of the fruit, very subtle
    absolutely love the flavor of the fruit, very subtle
    absolutely love the flavor of the fruit, very subtle
    absolutely love the flavor of the fruit, very subtle
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  10. JudyM

    Anyone growing Galangal?

    Thanks. I can’t believe I forgot that I’d watched Marks vid previously.
    Thanks. I can’t believe I forgot that I’d watched Marks vid previously.
    Thanks. I can’t believe I forgot that I’d watched Marks vid previously.
    Thanks. I can’t believe I forgot that I’d watched Marks vid previously.
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  11. Kevin Fast

    Need ideas to grow lettuce.

    Ty guys ill have to try and see if i can get some to grow.
    Ty guys ill have to try and see if i can get some to grow.
    Ty guys ill have to try and see if i can get some to grow.
    Ty guys ill have to try and see if i can get some to grow.
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  12. MichaelSchonefeld

    What's this??

    Thank you - Wanda
    Thank you - Wanda
    Thank you - Wanda
    Thank you - Wanda

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  13. taisla97

    Bushtucker

    Hi taisla have 4 peanut trees still in pots but will be planted out soon hope to get another 4 soon so we can spread them around the block we have 70 acres so plenty of room . Dave
    Hi taisla have 4 peanut trees still in pots but will be planted out soon hope to get another 4 soon so we can spread them around the block we have 70 acres so plenty of room . Dave
    Hi taisla have 4 peanut trees still in pots but will be planted out soon hope to get another 4 soon so we can spread them around the block we have 70 acres so plenty of room . Dave
    Hi taisla have 4 peanut trees still in pots but will be planted out soon hope to get another 4 soon so we can spread them around the block we have 70 acres so plenty of room . Dave

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  14. Sparky

    Cucumber seedlings failing.

    Hi Sparky welcome to the forum you don't say if you have them in the sun or not but cucumbers don't like a lot of hot sun they prefer light shade . A light uv shade cloth could help if in full...
    Hi Sparky welcome to the forum you don't say if you have them in the sun or not but cucumbers don't like a lot of hot sun they prefer light shade . A light uv shade cloth could help if in full sun. Hope this is of some help. Dave
    Hi Sparky welcome to the forum you don't say if you have them in the sun or not but cucumbers don't like a lot of hot sun they prefer light shade . A light uv shade cloth could help if in full sun. Hope this is of some help. Dave
    Hi Sparky welcome to the forum you don't say if you have them in the sun or not but cucumbers don't like a lot of hot sun they prefer light shade . A light uv shade cloth could help if in full...
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  15. The Rubber Kitty

    Problem What is wrong with my cucumbers?

    Awesome I will try that ^_^ I have replanted some shallots near it too ...
    Awesome I will try that ^_^ I have replanted some shallots near it too ...
    Awesome I will try that ^_^ I have replanted some shallots near it too ...
    Awesome I will try that ^_^ I have replanted some shallots near it too ...
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  16. col

    Fruit Fly at it again!!!

    Thanks for that! Will give it a go this year and see if we have success!
    Thanks for that! Will give it a go this year and see if we have success!
    Thanks for that! Will give it a go this year and see if we have success!
    Thanks for that! Will give it a go this year and see if we have success!

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  17. Snowemu

    Problem Stink bugs and lady beetles

    We’ve recently had an heap of stink bugs take up residence on our line and lemon trees. They don’t seem to be hurting the fruit but have been taking over the leaves. We’ve tried knocking them off...
    We’ve recently had an heap of stink bugs take up residence on our line and lemon trees. They don’t seem to be hurting the fruit but have been taking over the leaves. We’ve tried knocking them off with soapy water but they keep coming back. Sane deal with lady beetles with yellow spots. All over...
    We’ve recently had an heap of stink bugs take up residence on our line and lemon trees. They don’t seem to be hurting the fruit but have been taking over the leaves. We’ve tried knocking them off with soapy water but they keep coming back. Sane...
    We’ve recently had an heap of stink bugs take up residence on our line and lemon trees. They don’t seem to be hurting the fruit but have been taking over the leaves. We’ve tried knocking them off...
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  18. Mya

    Zucchini SOS

    Thank you! I’ve done what you have suggested and will keep you posted! Thanks for your help
    Thank you! I’ve done what you have suggested and will keep you posted! Thanks for your help
    Thank you! I’ve done what you have suggested and will keep you posted! Thanks for your help
    Thank you! I’ve done what you have suggested and will keep you posted! Thanks for your help

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  19. Chams

    Soil preparation

    Hi All, I'm preparing my soil for planting in the cooler months to come. I live in Port Hedland which has clay soil which isn't well draining. Ive bought cow and sheep manure as well as compost,...
    Hi All, I'm preparing my soil for planting in the cooler months to come. I live in Port Hedland which has clay soil which isn't well draining. Ive bought cow and sheep manure as well as compost, blood & bone and charcoal. I was wondering if I should mix (Say 30cm) of the clay soil with what...
    Hi All, I'm preparing my soil for planting in the cooler months to come. I live in Port Hedland which has clay soil which isn't well draining. Ive bought cow and sheep manure as well as compost, blood & bone and charcoal. I was wondering if I...
    Hi All, I'm preparing my soil for planting in the cooler months to come. I live in Port Hedland which has clay soil which isn't well draining. Ive bought cow and sheep manure as well as compost,...
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  20. Mya

    When to start sewing winter seeds

    In Texas we start sowing winter crops as soon as our summer/ fall crops start to give out. It gives them time to germinate and get root before any frost comes.
    In Texas we start sowing winter crops as soon as our summer/ fall crops start to give out. It gives them time to germinate and get root before any frost comes.
    In Texas we start sowing winter crops as soon as our summer/ fall crops start to give out. It gives them time to germinate and get root before any frost comes.
    In Texas we start sowing winter crops as soon as our summer/ fall crops start to give out. It gives them time to germinate and get root before any frost comes.
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  21. Jason l

    Grapes

    It would have to be a rather large pot. Grapes have extensive root systems. Also the grapes will need to vine onto something and you won't cut all of it back each year. You'll leave the main...
    It would have to be a rather large pot. Grapes have extensive root systems. Also the grapes will need to vine onto something and you won't cut all of it back each year. You'll leave the main leaders each year to grow off of. On the other had growing fruits and vegetables is all about...
    It would have to be a rather large pot. Grapes have extensive root systems. Also the grapes will need to vine onto something and you won't cut all of it back each year. You'll leave the main leaders each year to grow off of. On the other had...
    It would have to be a rather large pot. Grapes have extensive root systems. Also the grapes will need to vine onto something and you won't cut all of it back each year. You'll leave the main...
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  22. Dazmondo

    Corn question

    Yep, still learning something new everyday. :thumbsup: @ClissAT
    Yep, still learning something new everyday. :thumbsup: @ClissAT
    Yep, still learning something new everyday. :thumbsup: @ClissAT
    Yep, still learning something new everyday. :thumbsup: @ClissAT

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  23. Keiran Roles

    Blueberry help

    I want blueberry kisses bushes! Thank you for your time and especially knowledge! Hope you have a great day! Cheryl
    I want blueberry kisses bushes! Thank you for your time and especially knowledge! Hope you have a great day! Cheryl
    I want blueberry kisses bushes! Thank you for your time and especially knowledge! Hope you have a great day! Cheryl
    I want blueberry kisses bushes! Thank you for your time and especially knowledge! Hope you have a great day! Cheryl

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  24. Rodger Walker

    Kangkung

    Hi Rodger, welcome. You should be able to always have some kankong on hand by setting new cuttings in water or boggy conditions regularly. Growing from seed is such a slow process. Go to an...
    Hi Rodger, welcome. You should be able to always have some kankong on hand by setting new cuttings in water or boggy conditions regularly. Growing from seed is such a slow process. Go to an Asian food grocer (maybe at a weekend market) and by a bunch of kankong. Set half in water and half in...
    Hi Rodger, welcome. You should be able to always have some kankong on hand by setting new cuttings in water or boggy conditions regularly. Growing from seed is such a slow process. Go to an Asian food grocer (maybe at a weekend market) and by...
    Hi Rodger, welcome. You should be able to always have some kankong on hand by setting new cuttings in water or boggy conditions regularly. Growing from seed is such a slow process. Go to an...
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  25. Wedgetail

    Peanut Tree

    Thanks for letting us know Chris looking forward to seeing how it comes along I will be ordering 4 next week . Dave
    Thanks for letting us know Chris looking forward to seeing how it comes along I will be ordering 4 next week . Dave
    Thanks for letting us know Chris looking forward to seeing how it comes along I will be ordering 4 next week . Dave
    Thanks for letting us know Chris looking forward to seeing how it comes along I will be ordering 4 next week . Dave

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