Questions about: Vegetables & Herbs

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Satha
Answer: Hello, yes its ok to fertilise before you go on holidays, the weather is warming up, but make sure its in the morning & water well enough to d...
Answered: 11:16AM, 10 Aug 2015
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Brigham
Answer: It sounds very much like your vegie issues may be due to the combination of high nitrogen levels in the soil and a lack of pollination probably due...
Answered: 10:34AM, 05 Aug 2015
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Matt
Answer: Hi Matt, I don’t know where you are contacting us from but cucumbers like the warm weather so this may be whats causing this to happen. They ...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: vegetables
Answered: 09:38AM, 30 Jul 2015
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Kanika
Answer: Its still very cold in Tasmania in August. Usually you would be preparing the soil for spring planting at this time of year. However, if you are k...
Answered: 05:04PM, 28 Jul 2015
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Gloria
Answer: Hi Gloria, As long as you don’t get frost where you are and you have plenty of warmth.Late August is normally the best time.
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: vegetables
Answered: 11:03AM, 24 Jul 2015
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veronica
Answer: Your mandarin tree probably has an infestation of scale, aphids or mealy bug. All of these insects produce copious amounts of honeydew which attrac...
Answered: 12:51PM, 22 Jul 2015
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Megan
Answer: Adverse weather affects fruit set so if a reasonable amount of rain has fallen in your area since the vine has set flowers, there is every chance, ...
Answered: 04:38PM, 21 Jul 2015
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gregory
Answer: Hi Gregory, Basil likes to grow when the weather is warm, look for pests like aphids and thrips that may be causing this damage but for the moment ...
Answered: 10:59AM, 15 Jul 2015
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gregory
Answer: Hi Gregory, You need to make sure that the drainage is perfect and the soil isn’t water logged, it doesn’t like to be grown in frosty a...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 10:31AM, 15 Jul 2015
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john
Answer: Hi John, These plants don’t like the cold weather and will either die down or die back completely. You may have to replant in the spring when...
Answered: 10:10AM, 15 Jul 2015