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  1. Mark
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    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to 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 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 TROPICAL climate-related then use this forum.
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to 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...
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to TROPICAL climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you...
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  2. Alison W

    Growing Vanilla

    Added the two pics
    Added the two pics
    Added the two pics
    Added the two pics
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  3. ClissAT

    Dragon Fruit Flowering time again!

    I note suggestions for DF maintenance but what initial soil preparation is recommended. Also position, full sun etc. ? Apologies if I have missed this elsewhere .
    I note suggestions for DF maintenance but what initial soil preparation is recommended. Also position, full sun etc. ? Apologies if I have missed this elsewhere .
    I note suggestions for DF maintenance but what initial soil preparation is recommended. Also position, full sun etc. ? Apologies if I have missed this elsewhere .
    I note suggestions for DF maintenance but what initial soil preparation is recommended. Also position, full sun etc. ? Apologies if I have missed this elsewhere .
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  4. ClissAT
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    What to Plant in MAY in Australia for Winter

    Ginger loves heat, so will do better in late spring/early summer. You can just buy it from the shop & plant it, get organic & local though. Imported stuff is usually irradiated to kill bugs &...
    Ginger loves heat, so will do better in late spring/early summer. You can just buy it from the shop & plant it, get organic & local though. Imported stuff is usually irradiated to kill bugs & won't grow most of the time.
    Ginger loves heat, so will do better in late spring/early summer. You can just buy it from the shop & plant it, get organic & local though. Imported stuff is usually irradiated to kill bugs & won't grow most of the time.
    Ginger loves heat, so will do better in late spring/early summer. You can just buy it from the shop & plant it, get organic & local though. Imported stuff is usually irradiated to kill bugs &...

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  5. ClissAT
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    Dragon Fruit support post design

    I have the red (dark) flesh ones and some commercial white flesh. All my plants I got from Red Fox Pitaya before she closed down.
    I have the red (dark) flesh ones and some commercial white flesh. All my plants I got from Red Fox Pitaya before she closed down.
    I have the red (dark) flesh ones and some commercial white flesh. All my plants I got from Red Fox Pitaya before she closed down.
    I have the red (dark) flesh ones and some commercial white flesh. All my plants I got from Red Fox Pitaya before she closed down.

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  6. Sarik Ramasar

    Pimento rot

    Take the Bottom End Rot (BE?r) fruits off, water with a bit of Epsom salt or milk or anything that gives your plants calcium. Don't let the plant to suffer before watering nor over water it during...
    Take the Bottom End Rot (BE?r) fruits off, water with a bit of Epsom salt or milk or anything that gives your plants calcium. Don't let the plant to suffer before watering nor over water it during hot spells.
    Take the Bottom End Rot (BE?r) fruits off, water with a bit of Epsom salt or milk or anything that gives your plants calcium. Don't let the plant to suffer before watering nor over water it during hot spells.
    Take the Bottom End Rot (BE?r) fruits off, water with a bit of Epsom salt or milk or anything that gives your plants calcium. Don't let the plant to suffer before watering nor over water it during...
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  7. Tombr

    Howard Springs NT - tombr - Tropical Garden

    Nice Nanas, I miss living in tropics
    Nice Nanas, I miss living in tropics
    Nice Nanas, I miss living in tropics
    Nice Nanas, I miss living in tropics
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  8. Patty

    Dragonfruit from seeds?

    They grow very well in containers so that could be an option?
    They grow very well in containers so that could be an option?
    They grow very well in containers so that could be an option?
    They grow very well in containers so that could be an option?
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  9. Tombr

    What type of Lemons

    Yes the taste is exquisite, and lots of juice for such a small lemon, 1/2 a lemon or lime for each Gin and Tonic just right. :cheers: tom
    Yes the taste is exquisite, and lots of juice for such a small lemon, 1/2 a lemon or lime for each Gin and Tonic just right. :cheers: tom
    Yes the taste is exquisite, and lots of juice for such a small lemon, 1/2 a lemon or lime for each Gin and Tonic just right. :cheers: tom
    Yes the taste is exquisite, and lots of juice for such a small lemon, 1/2 a lemon or lime for each Gin and Tonic just right. :cheers: tom

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  10. Tombr

    Sleepy by in the lemon tree

    It was cool, Ive never seen flies sleeping cheers tom
    It was cool, Ive never seen flies sleeping cheers tom
    It was cool, Ive never seen flies sleeping cheers tom
    It was cool, Ive never seen flies sleeping cheers tom

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  11. ClissAT

    Growing Ginger

    I put aside ginger to grow and someone ate it. There goes my starter LOL. I wish we could easily grow them in Adelaide. Yes, you can grow them but you have to baby it to get it going. Not like up...
    I put aside ginger to grow and someone ate it. There goes my starter LOL. I wish we could easily grow them in Adelaide. Yes, you can grow them but you have to baby it to get it going. Not like up Queensland, you chuck ginger on the ground and it grows :D
    I put aside ginger to grow and someone ate it. There goes my starter LOL. I wish we could easily grow them in Adelaide. Yes, you can grow them but you have to baby it to get it going. Not like up Queensland, you chuck ginger on the ground and it...
    I put aside ginger to grow and someone ate it. There goes my starter LOL. I wish we could easily grow them in Adelaide. Yes, you can grow them but you have to baby it to get it going. Not like up...
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  12. ClissAT

    Nutritional deficiencies in garden plants

    Here's a video about all the common deficiencies displayed by most plants. The treatment he mentions is what is available in his country. In Australia, we would use a foliar trace element spray...
    Here's a video about all the common deficiencies displayed by most plants. The treatment he mentions is what is available in his country. In Australia, we would use a foliar trace element spray perhaps.
    Here's a video about all the common deficiencies displayed by most plants. The treatment he mentions is what is available in his country. In Australia, we would use a foliar trace element spray perhaps.
    Here's a video about all the common deficiencies displayed by most plants. The treatment he mentions is what is available in his country. In Australia, we would use a foliar trace element spray...
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