Questions about: Fruit & Citrus

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codi
Answer: Dear Codi, It is difficult to diagnose the problem with your passionfruit vine without more detailed information. Passionfruit require a well drain...
Answered: 03:39PM, 14 Apr 2010
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DEBRA
Answer: Hi Debra, it is difficult to guarantee long term health of these trees under concrete with only a 50cm hole. The soil will not be able to have the...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: fruit trees
Answered: 07:03AM, 07 Apr 2010
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Baharu...
Answer: Hi there, Citrus are hungry plants especially when they are producing food. You will need to feed with a citrus fertilizer.
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: citrus
Answered: 11:46AM, 01 Apr 2010
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Jillian
Answer: Dear Jillian, There can be a few reasons why your passionfruit vine is not setting fruit. Passionfruit do best in a warm, protected sunny spot. Poo...
Answered: 02:25PM, 12 Apr 2010
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Mari
Answer: Dear Mari, If it is possums chewing the leaves of your lemon tree, it might be a good idea to place a net over the pot to see if you can avoid any ...
Answered: 03:26PM, 09 Apr 2010
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Ray
Answer: Hi there, Without more information on the conditions and what you have sprayed it is hard to give you a definate answer.If you have any other infor...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: fruit trees
Answered: 08:55AM, 09 Apr 2010
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Emily
Answer: Dear Emily. If the leaves are chewed and have holes in them, it is likely to be caterpillars that is causing the damage. The product to use to con...
Answered: 01:48PM, 25 Mar 2010
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Terry
Answer: Dear Terry, Disappointing to hear that the fruit on your lemonade and orange tree is not maturing. Citrus perform best when grown in a full sun pos...
Answered: 11:57AM, 19 Mar 2010
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Janelle
Answer: Dear Janelle, It could be that your custard apple tree is not setting fruit due to long periods of hot weather. What you could do to encourage frui...
Answered: 02:29PM, 12 Mar 2010
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Kathy
Answer: Dear Kathy, The banana is considered to be native to South-East Asia but has spread through the wet tropics and even beyond, being cultivated from ...
Answered: 01:22PM, 18 Mar 2010