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  1. Mark
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    Tip How to use this forum

    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to TEMPERATE climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you...
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to TEMPERATE climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you have a question or a discussion point that is clearly TEMPERATE climate-related then use this forum.
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to TEMPERATE climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you have a question or a discussion point that is...
    This forum (or section) was created to provide a discussion area specific to TEMPERATE climates. Most fruit & veg discussions should be placed in the Fruit & Vegetable Growing forum. If you...
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  2. Louise63

    Spider mites

    Hi, I’m not sure if this topic has already been discussed but I’m wondering if others have had a mite infestation in their veggie garden. I’ve never had these pests but they started on my cape...
    Hi, I’m not sure if this topic has already been discussed but I’m wondering if others have had a mite infestation in their veggie garden. I’ve never had these pests but they started on my cape gooseberries, then moved on to the climbing beans, cucumbers and watermelon. I used Neem oil as per...
    Hi, I’m not sure if this topic has already been discussed but I’m wondering if others have had a mite infestation in their veggie garden. I’ve never had these pests but they started on my cape gooseberries, then moved on to the climbing beans,...
    Hi, I’m not sure if this topic has already been discussed but I’m wondering if others have had a mite infestation in their veggie garden. I’ve never had these pests but they started on my cape...
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  3. Joan
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    Growing grapes

    Here in Arizona, i have lost a couple of vines to the glassy winged sharpshooter ( infects vines with Pierce's Disease with one bite ) so if i try grapes again ( And I will ) it will have to be a...
    Here in Arizona, i have lost a couple of vines to the glassy winged sharpshooter ( infects vines with Pierce's Disease with one bite ) so if i try grapes again ( And I will ) it will have to be a resistant variety. So, i have some research to do too.
    Here in Arizona, i have lost a couple of vines to the glassy winged sharpshooter ( infects vines with Pierce's Disease with one bite ) so if i try grapes again ( And I will ) it will have to be a resistant variety. So, i have some research to do...
    Here in Arizona, i have lost a couple of vines to the glassy winged sharpshooter ( infects vines with Pierce's Disease with one bite ) so if i try grapes again ( And I will ) it will have to be a...
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  4. Isobel Lewis

    Temperate / Subtropical

    Thanks Jacqui, I will check it out. Its really hard to juggle because some years we may get frost and other years we get nothing. A lot of apps put us as an average of -2 in July and as well we...
    Thanks Jacqui, I will check it out. Its really hard to juggle because some years we may get frost and other years we get nothing. A lot of apps put us as an average of -2 in July and as well we have half the yard is up high and doesn't get frost and the other half is down low and may get frost...
    Thanks Jacqui, I will check it out. Its really hard to juggle because some years we may get frost and other years we get nothing. A lot of apps put us as an average of -2 in July and as well we have half the yard is up high and doesn't get frost...
    Thanks Jacqui, I will check it out. Its really hard to juggle because some years we may get frost and other years we get nothing. A lot of apps put us as an average of -2 in July and as well we...
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  5. TarynS.
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    Sweet Cherry type tomato in 7B

    Awesome! Thank you for sharing!
    Awesome! Thank you for sharing!
    Awesome! Thank you for sharing!
    Awesome! Thank you for sharing!

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  6. Robbie

    some of my veggie patch

    Wow great garden you’ve got.
    Wow great garden you’ve got.
    Wow great garden you’ve got.
    Wow great garden you’ve got.

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  7. Pamelambie
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    When is the best time to start seed?

    I love winter sowing! It’s a great option for hardy perennials! It lets the seeds naturally stratify (the coating on the seed cracks with the natural freeze/thaw cycles in winter). Other than that...
    I love winter sowing! It’s a great option for hardy perennials! It lets the seeds naturally stratify (the coating on the seed cracks with the natural freeze/thaw cycles in winter). Other than that you need to look at your last frost date of the year in your zone. Then, 6 weeks before that date...
    I love winter sowing! It’s a great option for hardy perennials! It lets the seeds naturally stratify (the coating on the seed cracks with the natural freeze/thaw cycles in winter). Other than that you need to look at your last frost date of the...
    I love winter sowing! It’s a great option for hardy perennials! It lets the seeds naturally stratify (the coating on the seed cracks with the natural freeze/thaw cycles in winter). Other than that...
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  8. Will Gitz
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    Best Ohio Plants

    Yes, Rare Seeds is Baker Seeds. They are really good...Also try .MIGardener. All/ most seed packets are .99 and organic. Luke has a YouTube channel that is really good, too... Do check him out.
    Yes, Rare Seeds is Baker Seeds. They are really good...Also try .MIGardener. All/ most seed packets are .99 and organic. Luke has a YouTube channel that is really good, too... Do check him out.
    Yes, Rare Seeds is Baker Seeds. They are really good...Also try .MIGardener. All/ most seed packets are .99 and organic. Luke has a YouTube channel that is really good, too... Do check him out.
    Yes, Rare Seeds is Baker Seeds. They are really good...Also try .MIGardener. All/ most seed packets are .99 and organic. Luke has a YouTube channel that is really good, too... Do check him out.

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  9. Rachel
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    Blue Quandong tree

    Hmm..there’s a bit of rainforest microclimate down the back of our block near the creek, maybe it would be better to plant it down there. Thanks for the input.
    Hmm..there’s a bit of rainforest microclimate down the back of our block near the creek, maybe it would be better to plant it down there. Thanks for the input.
    Hmm..there’s a bit of rainforest microclimate down the back of our block near the creek, maybe it would be better to plant it down there. Thanks for the input.
    Hmm..there’s a bit of rainforest microclimate down the back of our block near the creek, maybe it would be better to plant it down there. Thanks for the input.
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