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27 Aug 17 Geoffrey Page (Australia - tropical climate)
I trying to grow ginger in a large pot but seen to-be doing to well how high does grow my only about 6" high
28 Aug 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Google - ginger plants - they seem to grow to about 18-24" high. Read about how to grow it. Regular fert each month - not one big hit of fert.
28 Aug 17 Geoffrey Page (Australia - tropical climate)
Sorry word that last comment wrong ginger is not doing well struggling is there a particular fertilize required
29 Aug 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
A general all round fertiliser has about 10-12% N, 4-5% P and around 12-14% K for growing vegetables around here (Bundaberg) . Only way to know is do a soil test. If you dig up some ground put some dry matter (dry grass, manure, leaves etc and some fert and lime and give it 3-4 mths to all rot down you should have a reasonable soil. see how you plant goes in the next few months with the warmer weather.
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