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"Hi Maria I think they were never really pink. This was the first time the tree has f…"

Joseph replied Feb 6, 2014 to Come share my joy in my Lychee crop :)

33 Feb 8, 2014
Reply by Maria Malpass

"I ended up with 8, which is well short of your 2kg from the early days. I'm hoping t…"

Joseph replied Feb 6, 2014 to Come share my joy in my Lychee crop :)

33 Feb 8, 2014
Reply by Maria Malpass

"I don't know what type we have, but my parents have been growing these successfully…"

Joseph replied Feb 1, 2014 to How To Grow Garlic

21 Apr 21, 2014
Reply by Lissa

"They are probably a type of southern red. It's good that they are doing well for you…"

Joseph replied Jan 29, 2014 to Mystery of the Paw Paw Disfiguration

23 Jan 30, 2014
Reply by Lissa

"I've been told ceylon spinach is slimy. :("

Joseph replied Jan 29, 2014 to Mystery of the Paw Paw Disfiguration

23 Jan 30, 2014
Reply by Lissa

"I did consider PMV (papaya mosaic virus). However PMV infected plants exhibit other…"

Joseph replied Jan 29, 2014 to Mystery of the Paw Paw Disfiguration

23 Jan 30, 2014
Reply by Lissa

"For sure. I've noticed a general improvement over the past week or so. I've found it…"

Joseph replied Jan 29, 2014 to Mystery of the Paw Paw Disfiguration

23 Jan 30, 2014
Reply by Lissa

"You're right of course, BnB and DL have bugger all potassium. I've found that by giv…"

Joseph replied Jan 29, 2014 to Mystery of the Paw Paw Disfiguration

23 Jan 30, 2014
Reply by Lissa

"Yep generally no discolouration, just scrunched up and thickened as you say, especia…"

Joseph replied Jan 29, 2014 to Mystery of the Paw Paw Disfiguration

23 Jan 30, 2014
Reply by Lissa

"I also downloaded a PDF on identifying papaya diseases and deficiencies from either…"

Joseph replied Jan 29, 2014 to Mystery of the Paw Paw Disfiguration

23 Jan 30, 2014
Reply by Lissa

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Vetiver grass helps to stabilise soil and protects it against erosion.  It can protect against pests and weeds. Vetiver is also used as animal feed. (Wiki.)

GrowVetiver is a plant nursery run by Dave & Keir Riley that harvests and grows Vetiver grass for local community applications and use. It is based in Beachmere, just north of Brisbane, Australia.


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