Discussion in 'Other' started by Mojtaba, Oct 20, 2019.
Insect or pest؟ by Mojtaba posted Oct 19, 2019 at 10:48 AM
Hi Mojtaba, I am no expect, but they look like what we call "curl grubs", to me.
We feed them to the magpies or the chooks who ever is closer at the time . Dave
Our chooks loved them!
After I find the give them to chickens
It's odd that they would congregate together like that or did you put them there? Sometimes I see Ibis birds pull the grubs out of the garden beds and then leave the odd one to die in the sun but I haven't seen as many as that in one place before.
I put them together ,and Mark I have question ?in video of ton passion fruit I saw many vegetable and fruit which one is important matter from passion fruit growing Soil or Climate and temperature. Thank you for you best Answer
Mojtaba, that's a good question and of course, you would always try to give a passionfruit the best soil but they do grow in just about any soil and will produce fruit too with little fertiliser. Passionfruit is a warmer climate plant - it will grow in places with very cold winters but it may not produce well unless it's protected against the cold to extend the season.
Last summer it was 50 C degrees It is not bearable for passion fruit.is it?
passion fruit by Mojtaba posted Oct 3, 2019 at 2:18 PM
Mark, a couple of years ago I had a significant population of them in my raised beds. Someone suggested I make up a molasses mix (just add boiling water to thin out the molasses - then let it cool a little) and pour over the garden. Whether that was the reason or not, the population of curl grubs declined dramatically... much to the chagrin of our chooks, I imagine.
I find this
tath's by Mojtaba posted Oct 29, 2019 at 10:13 AM
Finally that grow
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