Questions tagged: cucumber

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Keith
Answer: Hi Keith, an organic spray to protect new leaves is 1 part in 10 full cream milk to water, every 7-10 days.
Category: Diseases
Answered: 10:16AM, 16 Dec 2009
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Roxanne
Answer: Hi Roxanne, Normally the male flowers are produced before the female flowers which ensures there is pollen produced for the bees prior to the femal...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: cucumber
Answered: 09:59AM, 28 Feb 2012
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richard
Answer: Confidor tablets have a limited registration. They cannot be used contrary to the label ie. for the control of borers.
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:44PM, 13 Nov 2012
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Chaben
Answer: Hi Chaben, Thanks for the question. That product is not suitable for use on cucumbers. You can use Natrasoap for pest issues and feed with Thrive f...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: cucumber
Answered: 04:29PM, 10 Nov 2015
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Shannon
Answer: Hi Shannon, You have hit the nail on the head. The male flowers are triggered by warmer temperatures and also tend to be on the top of the vines to...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: cucumber
Answered: 03:42PM, 16 Nov 2015
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Justine
Answer: Hi Justine, Thank you for your enquiry. Unfortunately Yates Fungus gun is not registered for any edibles therefore you can not use it on cucumbers....
Answered: 11:18AM, 25 Jan 2016
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Owen
Answer: Cucumbers are a great plant to have in your veggie patch. It looks like you have a problem with mites. They started on that first plant and moved t...
Answered: 02:57PM, 25 Jan 2016
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Mayank
Answer: Hello Mayank, It does appear that this plant may be lacking nutrient and, perhaps in part as a result; is succumbing to some disease and possible p...
Answered: 02:02PM, 19 Feb 2016
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vanessa
Answer: Hi Vanessa, Thank you for contacting Yates, you can plant Cucumber direct in garden bed but I would recommend starting your capsicum and chilli in ...
Answered: 04:45PM, 29 Oct 2016
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Shannon
Answer: Hi Shannon, Thank you for contacting Yates, the name of the spp is Cucumis sativus and it is a climbing vine, I would suggest setting up supporting...
Answered: 08:56AM, 06 Dec 2016