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Recent Comments

  • 27 Sep -
    Go to cool/mountain climate zone and check the planting guide at the top of the page.
    in Sunflower
  • 27 Sep -
    Go to your South African spinach page and it tells you when to plant.
    in Spinach
  • 27 Sep -
    Any general fertiliser will do. Dig a hole 40cm deep and wide. Mix 3 hand fulls of fert into the loose soil. Put 3/4 of the soil back in the hole. Plant the seedling. When plant is 50cm high cut o...
    in Tomato
  • 26 Sep - gordon lee
    hello, last year 2019 i grew red rocket melons, i got melons up to 17 kg, grew in part shade up to full sun, they simply need full sun and heat, even under 30% shade cloth no good, heaps of flower...
    in Watermelon
  • 26 Sep - Monica
    I grew sunberries a few years ago. Quite prolific. Birds ate a lot, and a lot self seeded and troubled me as weeds for several years... I am a bad weeder! They are no match for a real wild blueber...
    in Cape Gooseberry
  • 26 Sep - Lesley
    My red cabbages grow to a certain point then the top starts to split, why is that?, still tastes good and the inside is just like a bought one, am I watering too much, every day in Bundy or is it ...
    in Cabbage
  • 25 Sep - Claire Hewson
    Should I pull my Brussel sprouts out as no sign of producing just all leaves if you could let me know please kind regards Claire Hewson
    in Brussels sprouts

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