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Sophie
Answer: The Australian elder group comprises two species from Australasia. The flowers are in rounded panicles, and the berries white or yellow; they are s...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: natives
Answered: 01:51PM, 05 Nov 2009
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Rodney
Answer: Hi Rodney, Peaches are heavy feeders, needing more nitrogen than any other fruit tree. As well as applying a good quality fruit tree fertiliser, s...
Answered: 10:38AM, 16 Nov 2009
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steven
Answer: Hi Steven, Unfortunately we do not have an organic control for the black beetle that is eating the roots of your corn crop. I could only suggest yo...
Answered: 09:48AM, 13 Nov 2009
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karen
Answer: Hi Karen The only explanation I can give is perhaps some seed from another plant or weed has blown into the fresh potting mix and has germinated th...
Answered: 01:07PM, 12 Nov 2009
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Scott
Answer: Hi Scott Dynamic Lifter Organic lawn Food can be applied to your lawn in spring and early autumn. This product contains composted poultry manure, ...
Answered: 08:25AM, 12 Nov 2009
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Gail
Answer: It is too late to spray at this point as the tree should be spray with Leaf Curl Copper Spray at bud swell to prevent leaf curl from occurring. Yo...
Answered: 09:44AM, 11 Nov 2009
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Peter
Answer: The pink colour is caused by strong sunlight and is ok to eat. to avoid this tie with string, or pin with kebab skewers, some of the leaves over t...
Answered: 07:55AM, 11 Nov 2009
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Dennis
Answer: Yes, any of the Dynamic Lifter Granulated lawn Foods will be excellent on any variety of Buffalo turf. As with any fertiliser, avoid applying when...
Category: Lawns
Tags: lawns
Answered: 07:44AM, 11 Nov 2009
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gwenda
Answer: Ocimum tenuiflorum (Holy Basil)can be bought by mail order from Pleasance Herbs: http://www.pleasanceherbs.com.au/ Ocimum americanum (Lemon/Lime B...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: herbs
Answered: 07:30AM, 11 Nov 2009
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beverley
Answer: This plant is one from the genus Euryops. There are 2 types commonly seen, both sometimes referred to as Californian Daisy: a taller type called E...
Category: General
Tags: daisy
Answered: 07:10AM, 11 Nov 2009