Questions about: Vegetables & Herbs

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Peter
Answer: Loads of nitrogenous fertiliser can offset flowering and fruiting. Perhaps an application of sulphate of potash will make a difference.
Answered: 05:01PM, 13 Jul 2015
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mark
Answer: The puckering on the leave is a sign of mite damage. Spray both sides of the foliage with Yates Mavrik.
Answered: 04:39PM, 07 Jul 2015
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hanru
Answer: Blueberry plants prefer to grow in slightly acidic conditions and the mix that best meets the requirements of this plant is Yates Gro Plus Advanced...
Answered: 12:53PM, 06 Jul 2015
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Monica
Answer: Beans are a great vegetable to grow. They are naturally climbers so if they are not provided with something to climb on they will naturally fall ov...
Answered: 04:08PM, 29 Jun 2015
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hanru
Answer: Blueberries are a tasty addition to many gardens. Blueberry plants flower in early spring and then fruit after that. You will usually find an abund...
Answered: 03:42PM, 29 Jun 2015
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hanru
Answer: Mint love allot of water and most problems with mint occur from a lack of water. It sounds like your mint needs a bit more water, they also need a ...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 03:22PM, 29 Jun 2015
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michael
Answer: Because of warm temperatures, you are not really limited by the varieties of fruit trees or vegetables you can plant at Harvey Bay in July.
Answered: 12:12PM, 15 Jun 2015
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chris
Answer: They are very healthy looking plants. You might be giving them a bit too much nitrogen. When a plant receives too much nitrogen it encourages them ...
Answered: 03:03PM, 12 Jun 2015
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Lindsay
Answer: Hi Lindsay, You may have luck locating these cucumber seeds via a company such as South Pacific Seeds in Griffith or another commercial seed suppli...
Answered: 09:54AM, 10 Jun 2015
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Jennie
Answer: The equivalent of spinach within the commemmorative Heritage tin is Yates Spinach “Winter Queen”.
Answered: 04:15PM, 09 Jun 2015