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  • 09 Dec - Brian Cossill
    is there any sense in using a rhubarb forcer to increase the length of the stalks during the growing season in NZ cheers Brian
    in Rhubarb
  • 08 Dec - Julie
    something is eating my tomatoes as soon as they get a bit if pink on them. Any advice or assistance. We have put up netting to stop the birds but still happening
    in Tomato
  • 04 Dec - Anon
    If your soil is sandy and you do a lot of watering, then you would leach out the nutrients. Have to apply more fert.
    in Cucumber
  • 02 Dec - Anon
    If you put a lot of N on, the leaves would be dark green. If too little N then the leaves would be light green yellow. If too much N then it would burn and kill the plant. Worm tea is only a soil ...
    in Cucumber
  • 29 Nov - anon
    Depends how old the plants are, if 8-10+ weeks then leaves yellowing off would only be natural.
    in Cucumber
  • 28 Nov - Liz
    The yellow leaves might be due to too much fertilizer. Try just using one type. They should grow if you are giving them enough water and protecting from very cold nights. The female flowers have ...
    in Cucumber
  • 28 Nov - Judy Chisholm
    Why do my cucumber plants have some yellow leaves. I have given them general Fertilizer and also Worm team. Do I need to do anything more as I may have planted them a bit early. Also how do I ...
    in Cucumber

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