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Recent Comments

  • 18 Feb - Edith
    I have a patch of garden that was covered by polythene due to illness and I planted 3 rock melons into small holes that I made. They have flourished and there are melons galore. I think the heat...
    in Rockmelon
  • 18 Feb - Geoff Baker
    Do chilli plants need plenty of water? My bushes look healthy but the leaves and flowers keep falling off. Thanks
    in Chilli peppers
  • 18 Feb - Mike
    You would have to find someone growing it - try nurseries etc
    in Dill
  • 18 Feb - mike
    Blossom end rot by the sounds of it. Buy some Epsom Salts and put in your garden - from supermarkets. Couple of $$ for 1 kg.
    in Tomato
  • 18 Feb - Mike
    I do the same to grow some greens - lettuce beetroot spinach -(I'm doing this right now- germinated last week) . I had 3 boxes - heavy when full of soil, so I cut some of the top off. I place some...
    in Ginger
  • 18 Feb - Mary Doughty
    I'm having problems with grub's in my yard and garden. Has anyone ever used a spray called milky spore. If any one has how long does it take to get rid of them. The moels are reeking havock on eve...
    in Tomato
  • 16 Feb - Peter
    my roma tomatoes have got a big brown spot on the very end just as it starts to show colour, what would you say that is ?
    in Tomato

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