Growing Ginger

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24 Jan 22 Mssashi Ura (Australia - tropical climate)
I just discovered lots of curl grubs in ginger roots when I replanted them because they are not going well. Is there any method to prevent curl grubs? Neem oil works but is not suitable for edible plants.
03 May 22 Jody Essenhigh (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Neem can definitely be used on edibles and is widely used in organic farming. You can get eco neem as well.
04 Feb 22 Smithy (Australia - tropical climate)
Neem oil should help. They don't like water, keep garden or lawns moist.
27 Jan 22 Anonymous (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Use Condy's crystals. Something like tea spoon in 1-2l of water.
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