Andrew Cumberland replied to Ross Carter's discussion Avocado Fertilizer
"Hey Ross.  Sorry it took me a while to see this question.  It's the silly season mate.  If you look up the top of the screen, towards the right, there is a box with a magnifying glass.  It is where you type searches for questions from the very…"
Dec 11, 2022
Ross Carter posted a discussion
Hi everyone,Just wondering what is the best fertilizer for avocado trees in pots and when and how often do I fertilizer them?Thanks in advance for your help.cheers
Dec 6, 2022
Ross Carter posted a discussion
Hi Everybody,I have a question about the pinkerton avocado, when do I know when they are ready to pick, I have viewed a few video's on youtube and there are various conflicting stories, I don't want to cut any off my tree as this is the first…
Mar 5, 2022

Grafted Dwarf Avocado trees


I have 2 grafted avo trees in large pots, there is shoots sprouting below  where they were grafted, do I pull those shoots off or just leave them alone, I vaguely remember the bloke at the nursery saying to pull them off to stop them from growing…

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Pinkerton Dwarf Avo tree


Hi there,

Everyone has been so helpful in my other posts, I am after help again, my Pinkerton dwarf avo tree, there is something going on with the leaves. I have attached 2 photo's just wondering if I am over watering it or is there another…

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Cherry Tree


Hi  all,

Just wondering if Brisbane South  is a good enough location to grow a cherry tree, will it be cold enough for it to get plenty of fruit, just wondering if anyone have any success.

cheers 

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