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Recent Comments

  • 15 Oct - Mike
    It is normally grown in hot humid areas so if you like try the green house.
    in Asparagus Pea
  • 15 Oct - Mike
    Just plant when they say so and try to protect them from the wind a bit. I didn't think they would grow in cold places.
    in Rockmelon
  • 13 Oct - John
    Your older dried ginger is not as spicy? or are you comparing young ginger which is mild compared to older dried ginger? In Thailand you get dishes with fresh young ginger stir fried as a vegetab...
    in Ginger
  • 12 Oct - Mary
    Where I live at Mount Bruce the temp can be cold with semi high wind is there any special care needed when tending to my rock melons
    in Rockmelon
  • 12 Oct - Robbie
    Hi, could I grow Psophocarpus tetragonolobus in Ashburton outdoors? if not should I grow them in the greenhouse? Thanks
    in Asparagus Pea
  • 12 Oct - Mike
    I have plants that are 5-6' long and still bearing zeeks. i want to pull them out but a fellow at the men's shed keeps hand pollinating them and they keep producing fruit. They are 5.5 months old.
    in Zucchini
  • 12 Oct - Mike
    Just give them some area to grow - they could shade other plants which could stunt them a bit. Yep go ahead with your suggestions. If you can find shallot bulbs try them - quick and easy to grow. ...
    in Capsicum

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