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chefyash
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chefyash
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February

I'm trying hard to find rocoto manzano chillies in sydney..where did you get your seeds from first.i bought seeds from 2 separate individuals on eBay ...

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August

I used to prune my chillies and use frost cloth for some of them except the rocotos which thrived even in the cold. This year's I've been able to even ...

chefyash
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August

Neem oil seems to work for me and Epsom salt every now and then .I also use worm juice as a fertilizer and get consistently high yields for all my cit ...

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June

 this is a photo of the worm farm which I also use as a germination chamber

chefyash
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2 replies
June

Well one is enough for my balcony life but happy to help someone else build their one or give them some worms to start their farm

chefyash
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June

How about planting in tubs/ pots ..sometimes recycled ones aren't too shabby looking

chefyash
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I built my own worm farm, after moving here from NZ and giving that one away.It involves only using recyced materials and very simple and inexpensive ...

chefyash
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April 2020

Hi Neha, what you can do as well to save it from drying out is either use coir mulch or get one of those automatic watering bottle spike things. alern ...

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chefyash
Junior Contributor
15 replies
February

I'm trying hard to find rocoto manzano chillies in sydney..where did you get your seeds from first.i bought seeds from 2 separate individuals on eBay ...

chefyash
Junior Contributor
2 replies
August

I used to prune my chillies and use frost cloth for some of them except the rocotos which thrived even in the cold. This year's I've been able to even ...

chefyash
Junior Contributor
August

Neem oil seems to work for me and Epsom salt every now and then .I also use worm juice as a fertilizer and get consistently high yields for all my cit ...

chefyash
Junior Contributor
June

 this is a photo of the worm farm which I also use as a germination chamber

chefyash
Junior Contributor
2 replies
June

Well one is enough for my balcony life but happy to help someone else build their one or give them some worms to start their farm

chefyash
Junior Contributor
4 replies

I built my own worm farm, after moving here from NZ and giving that one away.It involves only using recyced materials and very simple and inexpensive ...

chefyash
Junior Contributor
April 2020

Hi Neha, what you can do as well to save it from drying out is either use coir mulch or get one of those automatic watering bottle spike things. alern ...

chefyash
Junior Contributor
May 2019

Absolutely, its very rewarding to make a nice table and have people appreciate it.mind you the first one i made was so ugly and wobbly that i put it i ...

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