Questions about: Fruit & Citrus

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AD
Answer: Hi Ad A spray of pest oil will deal with a lot of the issues you are describing. The ants are most likely farming the nectar from the flowers. I wo...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: mandarin
Answered: 07:11PM, 16 Oct 2015
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Vincent
Answer: Hi Vincent The blossom is fairly short lived. Hopefully the flowers will have been pollinated and the fruits will have start to set. Have you had a...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: Nectarine
Answered: 01:39PM, 10 Oct 2015
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George
Answer: Mancozeb Plus Garden Fungicide and Miticide is a great product to control a range of problem on stone fruit. For Stone fruit apply at full blossom,...
Answered: 05:54PM, 24 Sep 2015
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Bianca
Answer: I’m sorry to burst your bubble, but mango trees grow into enormous specimens so they are unsuitable for pot culture. In the Sydney area, the ...
Answered: 03:26PM, 23 Sep 2015
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teressa
Answer: Hi Teressa, The image you attached isn’t of the tree or the sap. Is it a jelly like sap, amber in colour? If you can give some more detail, t...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: fruit, peach
Answered: 01:22PM, 01 Sep 2015
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Phil
Answer: Hi Phil, We have a product called Nature’s Way Vegie & Herb Spray, Natrasoap which will control a number of pests including mites. Citrus...
Answered: 04:37PM, 31 Aug 2015
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Scott
Answer: Hi Wendy, When plants are in as exposed a position as your Lime, they dry out very quickly in windy conditions. It also looks as though the compost...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: citrus
Answered: 03:35PM, 25 Aug 2015
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Keir
Answer: Your lemon tree’s foliage will “green up” once the soil and atmospheric temperatures increase. During the winter months, many pla...
Answered: 02:47PM, 17 Aug 2015
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Rod
Answer: The following link offers great advice about pruning many varieties of fruit trees including apricot and plum. http://www.flemings.com.au/documents...
Answered: 03:46PM, 28 Jul 2015
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Nancy
Answer: Hi Nancy, we can only answer questions from Australia but here is a link that could be helpful http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/figs/f...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: figs
Answered: 09:57AM, 24 Jul 2015