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    Stockpiling.

    I guess that is why I continual look for cut/come again foods to grow that won't take up much effort to grow, because then at least I will always have something. and experimenting with eating more of the plants, not jsut the 'fruits' of them. I guess in my view if they don't do much to help in...
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    Late July August planting SE Queensland

    Learn something new every day....
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    Protection Frame for Tomatoes or any fruit/veg

    i have a feeling that some birds are also attracted to my tomatoes...unless they are possums .. because some f the tomatoes they have attacked I thought would be too big for Mice....
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    Question best place for a 'citrus / fruit' grove or sorts?

    Oh so agressive Pruning will be fine for these ones? I think my friend said that about 4 metres is what even commerical tree growers like to keep their trees too else too much to get the fruits if it gets any higher.
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    Question best place for a 'citrus / fruit' grove or sorts?

    I will have to float the Mulberry idea with my House mate I think he has a think against mulberries... not sure... but could get the white mulberries... i think there is such a thing
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    Question best place for a 'citrus / fruit' grove or sorts?

    Awesome thanks for the tips for the vanilla Vine ... I have a few 'tropical' places that I can plant them in ... like where the future mushrom patch is by the patio between the trees is always shady (lol shady) As below picture ... My thinking is that if I place them in the right places that I...
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    beer garden planting possibilities 2020-07-16 072620.png

    future project for mushroom patch, growing some vanilla orchids, and zig zag vines. any other Bush tucker plants that like the Shade.
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    Question best place for a 'citrus / fruit' grove or sorts?

    Yeah there was a certain amount I could do with Pain ... but then had to print out and scrawl all over it... because well... sometimes it is better to help solidify what you want to do...
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    Question best place for a 'citrus / fruit' grove or sorts?

    Awesome thank you ... yeah a bit worried about the wet feet as I live in an area that is reclaim wetlands ... BUT it was a while ago... so just mounding up a decent amount of top soil in a raised bed should help it ...
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    Question best place for a 'citrus / fruit' grove or sorts?

    I have highlighted an area where I think it will be good for citrus and other fruits like apricots ... Challenges: I have clayish type soil and that particular area can get a little flooded so going to raise it up... drainage is okay and after a really heavy downpour most of the water is gone...
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    2020-07-07_Garden Mudmap.jpg

    mud map
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    Problem Tomato wilt

    I have found these in my area ... and have just left them alone and or tossed them back into the garden to live away... i plan on growing enough so that they don't matter. and companion planting. I will have to draw up a map of my place for some advice on planting some citrus trees... herm
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    Forum upgrade

    OMG .... So different ... I will have to get my brain to adjust ... LOL
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    Growing Potatoes - SE QLD

    I have kipflers growing! ... not harvested yet .. I put them in soem 44gallon drums ... so it 'should' theoretically frost up/get cool enough in there for them ... some I planted them out of season and let them died back btu now they are going great guns ... I tried to dig some up a while ago...