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Noelle
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Anything that is obviously dead should be cut off now. Dispose of prunings in household rubbish to prevent spread from infected wood to healthy wood.

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Tuesday

Depends on how old the potting mix is. If the petunias were potted more than 3 months ago, I'd certainly use fresh mix now or at least a 50:50 mix of ...

Noelle
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Tuesday

Looks good, Adam!

Noelle
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Tuesday

As @MitchellMc has already said, drainage holes in the bases of pots are essential to keep plants healthy, otherwise the roots will rot. If you want ...

Noelle
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Monday

Have to agree with @MitchellMc that the most likely cause is a bacterial disease such as canker. There's a good NSW Department of Primary Industries F ...

Noelle
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a week ago

Copper-based sprays are safe to apply at this stage - it will be quite some time before the fruits are ripe enough to pick and eat! Yates Leaf Curl ...

Noelle
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a week ago

First spray (lime sulphur) should be immediately after pruning in mid to late winter. Agreed it's too late now but the copper spray will inhibit the ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @Andy_J @rattle is right about the soil but the most important thing is to not fertilise the soil immediately before growing carrots. They are ...

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Adam_W
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Fiiiinalllyyyy... finished my new water feature. I'll get a video made soon so will share the link.Wha-da-ya-rekun? I'm pretty darn happy with it. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Monday

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @genevieve. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question. As you have read it is ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a week ago

Hi @iamtheroot, Leaf curl is something that you need to get on top of prior to buds swelling. Before the buds swell it is a good idea to spray with ...

GarryM
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3 weeks ago

  Thank you for your help here’s how it went after following your great tips and advices. Cheers!    

r23on
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a month ago

Hi NoelleThank you for your input and the link.If I want to put a lime bud onto the lemon tree is this the same principle Regards

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

Hi @gore, It would be a great idea to remove the affected leaves and dispose of them. This will assist in ceasing the spread of the disease. As yo ...

Adam_W
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August

Hey @bruzzz Plants are always the best way to screen but... you're tight on space & the time screens take can be frustrating. Clumping bamboo is fast ...

Adam_W
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September

Hi @robbinvk well your camellias are certainly looking sad. Has anything happened to the area recently (on the other side of the fence too)? Or is it ...

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Noelle
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Wednesday

Anything that is obviously dead should be cut off now. Dispose of prunings in household rubbish to prevent spread from infected wood to healthy wood.

Noelle
Super Contributor
1 reply
Tuesday

Depends on how old the potting mix is. If the petunias were potted more than 3 months ago, I'd certainly use fresh mix now or at least a 50:50 mix of ...

Noelle
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Tuesday

Looks good, Adam!

Noelle
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3 replies
Tuesday

As @MitchellMc has already said, drainage holes in the bases of pots are essential to keep plants healthy, otherwise the roots will rot. If you want ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
Monday

Have to agree with @MitchellMc that the most likely cause is a bacterial disease such as canker. There's a good NSW Department of Primary Industries F ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
a week ago

Copper-based sprays are safe to apply at this stage - it will be quite some time before the fruits are ripe enough to pick and eat! Yates Leaf Curl ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
a week ago

First spray (lime sulphur) should be immediately after pruning in mid to late winter. Agreed it's too late now but the copper spray will inhibit the ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
2 replies
a month ago

Hi @Andy_J @rattle is right about the soil but the most important thing is to not fertilise the soil immediately before growing carrots. They are ...

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