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gerard
Answer: Hi Gerard, Earwigs seem to be everywhere at the moment. The product I would recommend is Baythroid Garden Insecticide. You will need to spray the...
Category: Pests
Answered: 01:13PM, 18 Nov 2009
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John
Answer: No, tomatoes are pollinated by wind movement more than insects so the shadecloth shouldn’t be an issue. With some shadecloths however, parti...
Answered: 10:39AM, 06 Nov 2009
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dannette
Answer: Hi Dannette, At this time of year you would be noticing flowers on your citrus trees and possibly small fruit forming. Spring is the time to feed ...
Answered: 01:01PM, 18 Nov 2009
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sue
Answer: Hi Sue, I know how disappointing it can be when you go to such effort to grow your own vegetables, only to find that some little creature has devou...
Answered: 11:19AM, 18 Nov 2009
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Jo-Anne
Answer: Dear Jo-Anne I can give you a couple of suggestions for a native hedge that might suit your garden. Westringia ‘Zena" has grey/green fo...
Category: General
Answered: 10:36AM, 18 Nov 2009
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Rob
Answer: it is always a good idea to rotate crops so that 1.pests and diseases such aren’t likely to build up in that spot and 2. so that specific nut...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: vegetables
Answered: 07:37AM, 17 Nov 2009
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Peter
Answer: if the tree fern is a Dicksonia species then yes the top can be cut off with a saw and re-planted. The bottom will not re-grow. the taller cyathe...
Category: General
Tags: natives
Answered: 07:18AM, 17 Nov 2009
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R
Answer: Dear R, It does sound like your apple tree may be suffering with a boron deficiency. The symptoms in fruit showing up as cracking, dark, spongy are...
Category: Bulbs
Answered: 09:45AM, 18 Nov 2009
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Meghan
Answer: this is a type of metallic flea beetle. it usually occurs on plants that are suffering from lack of water or are somehow stressed. If you cut back...
Category: Pests
Tags: flea beetle
Answered: 06:41AM, 06 Nov 2009
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Dorina
Answer: Hi Dorina, You have done the correct thing by removing all the infected leaves from the bush and also any leaves that may have fallen on the ground...
Category: Roses
Tags: roses, black spot
Answered: 11:08AM, 17 Nov 2009