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Planting in September - Gardenate

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Cabbage Sow seed

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  • 24 Sep - Greta
    I originally took free tubers left by a neighbour on the kerb. I planted five in a raised garden bed of one metre diameter. I've harvested about 5 kg of them! I've been giving them away, cooking &...
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  • 24 Sep - Werner Kemp
    Were in the Eastern Cape ,specific In Port Elizabeth ,South Africa can I find a distributor or shop who,sells The Chinese Pak or Bok Choy white Cabbage . ? yours Werner
    in Pak Choy
  • 24 Sep - Siphiwe
    I can assist you with okra seeds. I grow it in Mpumalanga. How much seeds do you need? My number is 0722321174
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  • 23 Sep - David Perry
    What temperature should the soil be to plant out tomatoe seedlings in Melboune? It is now Sept 23. Is it too early. Thank you.
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  • 23 Sep - Louise G
    Small green caterpillars. Either pick them off by hand or sprinkle with ground pepper for an organic fix. You may need to squirt leaves with water first. This works with spinach and mint too.
    in Basil
  • 22 Sep - ruby
    I have Physalis plant & it is just loaded with fruit not ripe yet, I had to bring in the house as was getting to cold outside. My plant is about 40 inches tall with the pot. I need to know how to...
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  • 22 Sep - KathyCandiotes
    Hi where can we purchase seeds to grow English cucumber We are In Gauteng region in Benoni Should we grow them in tunnels? Is it complicated to grow them
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