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Recent Comments

  • 16 Jul - Peter field
    We havnt had a frost up in the far north(kiataia) for zonks. I have wet ground temp of 13 deg . Can i plant corn
    in Sweet corn
  • 09 Jul - Jill Carr
    Have just dug 2 large bucket fulls larger than usual one @ 900gr & other large, easily peeled in an hour easier than apples, have thousands of "bulblets" to give away.
    in Yacon
  • 04 Jul -
    3-4
    in Asparagus
  • 03 Jul -
    Plant a few inches deep (3-4
    in Asparagus
  • 02 Jul - Lee
    I am about to plant a raised garden bed with Asparagus, I have done the research but am confused with the depth that the crowns should be planted. Would any of those that have had success give me ...
    in Asparagus
  • 30 Jun - Liz
    Parsley will grow in a pH range between 5.6 (acidic) and 7.5 (neutral) with a preferred range between 6.0 and 7.0.
    in Parsley
  • 29 Jun - Richard
    Hi, if it is wilt as in phytothphora then not much you can do as a quick fix. I am responsible for the bedding in town and we imported it via infected plants, in the autumn we removed 300mm of soi...
    in Peas

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