"I've just had a look at their website, they are a Victorian nursery and don't seem to stock varieites that are sufficiently low chill enough for Brisbane?
Pink Lady is usually listed as a medium chill variety of apple & you will need a…"
"Your other option is a West Indian lime which is a small-fruited lime that is quite hardy. The main lime of commerce in Australia is the Tahitian.
The West Indian is generally a very thorny bush and the limes have lots of seeds, but there is a…"
"No, they are closely related species so you'll get about the same amount of citrus fruit in total. Just watch that the valencia does not take over as it is a variety that is much more vigorous than the meyer."
"The locals in the NT have a thing they call a Darwin Lime. I think its the same thing that you're talking about.
It is acid flavoured a bit like a tahitian lime and not at all like a calamondin which is more like a cumquat."
"Its pretty clear that being an open pollinated variety has not done 'Fordhook Giant' any favours in terms of uniformity. These days there is enormous variation within the variety and much if it inferior to what it should be. To my mind a…"
"Elders in Gatton sell the Rhizobium for soybean, otherwise any of the agricultural seed merchants will stock it. Cost is only a few dollars for enough to do a hundred Kg or so.
Just make sure it is the right strain for soybean (CB1809), it is fresh…"
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