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Recent comments/tips

  • 18 Feb - John Mauger
    Potatoes need about 3 months to harvest from planting for 'new' potatoes. That is about a month after flowering. If you can get 3 months before frosts give it a go or plant them in a frost-protect...
    in Potato
  • 17 Feb - Deborah Wells
    I've been growing these for some years now and am a huge fan. Absolutely LOVE them. So do my chickens, turkeys, horses, sheep, cattle and dogs. All except dogs will eat tops and tubers. Dogs only ...
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 17 Feb - David Reade
    If I planted seed potatoes now (Feb 17) is there any chance I'd get a crop before winter sets in?
    in Potato
  • 15 Feb - Mike
    I bought mine off the internet.
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 07 Feb - John
    There are a number of reasons why your carrots are small. Carrots like deep friable (loose and fine) soil so if it is only shallow try and dig it deeper and break it up. They also do not like too...
    in Carrot
  • 06 Feb - mark
    tried to grow carrots for 2 seasons now i doen take off. carrots only size of my small finger as the biggest of the can i fix it?
    in Carrot
  • 05 Feb - John
    Lack of sunlight and maybe competition for water may be the problem. The other thing is that egg plants are often later to fruit than their cousins - tomatoes and capsicum. Trust this helps.
    in Eggplant

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