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Recent Comments

  • 14 Oct - manfred
    Hi Mike - I have just moved into the area (near Howard) and have a few shallots growing. I am able to dedicate a small raised bed to them and am wondering if I can just leave them growing and h...
    in Shallots
  • 14 Oct - anon
    Happens quite a bit here. The wind will blow the plant over, so that is the direction it grows in mainly.
    in Zucchini
  • 14 Oct - anon
    Read the notes here . You can try to grow it in Melb, but you will have a small crop. Buy from a shop.
    in Ginger
  • 14 Oct - Ross
    I was wondering what sort of rhubarb plant to buy as I live in Adelaide . Did have one in a pot but I think the heat got to it.
    in Rhubarb
  • 14 Oct - anon
    If they have very big leafy tops you are over fertilising BIG TIME. Plant radish after a leafy crop so that a lot of the N has been used. My experience is to grow radish into winter -sub tropical.
    in Radish
  • 14 Oct - Maria
    I want to buy some ginger ideal for planting. In have it planted but I harvested it too soon and the shoot that remained in ground died out and now I can’t get any in my area to plant it again wh...
    in Ginger
  • 13 Oct - Mokone j mahlatsi
    Hi can you assist with black diamond watermelon and citrulus lanatus Carolina cross How must I plant and grow ? Thank you
    in Watermelon

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