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3 weeks ago

Hi @MitchellMc,Yes the green grubs are the result of the White Cabbage caterpillar, they are virtually camouflaged and you don't spot them until it's ...

bergs
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Jason ,I'm still waiting for my tomatoes to ripen. The only tomatoes that have ripened so far are 1/2 doz. Patio type.I'm starting to get chillie ...

bergs
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a month ago

Hi @jegan, The understock is banana passionfruit and has a different leaf than the normal Nellie Kelly passionfruit. You need to cut it off below the ...

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a month ago

Hi @jegan, It looks like it's the understock of a Passionfruit vine. If it is it will need to taken off below the graft as it will only take over from ...

bergs
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August

Hi @Macca15 1 The one with the yellow buds looks like Canola or Mustard, which have come up wild at home, from seed possibly blown in the the wind. Th ...

bergs
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August

Hi @brookslai, There are chillies that I grow called Manzano which are a rocoto variety which comes from Sth. America in the foothills of the Andes ...

bergs
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May

Hi @mich1972 I had an infestation of aphids in a few of my chillies. I thought they would ruin them. I checked through the leaves and removed as much ...

bergs
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May

Hi @robchin II've experienced the same problem as you here in Geelong. Chillies have been ripening very slow. I've got about 8 jars of different chill ...

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Retired Team Member KatieC
Retired Team Member
1 reply
April

Hi @TheSaltyreefer, You have done an incredible job, I am digging your riverbed garden! It is truly incredible what happens when we let ourselves ha ...

TheSaltyreefer
Becoming a Leader
26 replies

Few months back decided I needed to add some drainage around the wife's studio as it was a muddy area (That sat) after rain and turned abit of the law ...

robchin
Becoming a Leader
March

Tomatoes and Chillies have been struggling where I live in Melbourne. Cool spring but cooler summer and lower cumulative light levels haven't helped. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
January 2023

It sounds like you have all the basics down, @DanM. So it might just be a case of planning out your crops for the year and thinking a little ahead. ...

DanM
Finding My Feet
January 2023

Hi Mitchell and thanks for the speedy response,I’ve attached the early design page that is used and some photos at various stages of the project, hope ...

mich1972
Kind of a Big Deal
January 2023

@fenz2 I overwintered this Thai Chilli from last summer and fed it up, hit it with Sulphate of Potash and now it’s loaded with fruits - 2nd year  

mich1972
Kind of a Big Deal
8 replies
December 2022

Good afternoon Workshop Community Friends !!! Our Summer No Dig Edible Garden is just about complete ! I think I can squeeze in a few more Chilli’s  ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
6 replies

The sky’s the limit with the available tomatoes these days. What I have learned is that primarily there are two types of tomatoes - indeterminates ...

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bergs
Making a Splash
3 weeks ago

Hi @MitchellMc,Yes the green grubs are the result of the White Cabbage caterpillar, they are virtually camouflaged and you don't spot them until it's ...

bergs
Making a Splash
3 weeks ago

Hi @Jason ,I'm still waiting for my tomatoes to ripen. The only tomatoes that have ripened so far are 1/2 doz. Patio type.I'm starting to get chillie ...

bergs
Making a Splash
a month ago

Hi @jegan, The understock is banana passionfruit and has a different leaf than the normal Nellie Kelly passionfruit. You need to cut it off below the ...

bergs
Making a Splash
2 replies
a month ago

Hi @jegan, It looks like it's the understock of a Passionfruit vine. If it is it will need to taken off below the graft as it will only take over from ...

bergs
Making a Splash
August

Hi @Macca15 1 The one with the yellow buds looks like Canola or Mustard, which have come up wild at home, from seed possibly blown in the the wind. Th ...

bergs
Making a Splash
August

Hi @brookslai, There are chillies that I grow called Manzano which are a rocoto variety which comes from Sth. America in the foothills of the Andes ...

bergs
Making a Splash
May

Hi @mich1972 I had an infestation of aphids in a few of my chillies. I thought they would ruin them. I checked through the leaves and removed as much ...

bergs
Making a Splash
2 replies
May

Hi @robchin II've experienced the same problem as you here in Geelong. Chillies have been ripening very slow. I've got about 8 jars of different chill ...

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