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 Powdery mildew on peas
       • Posted by: jampolk MarrickvilleNSW on Sun, Jul 24, 05 at 2:09
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Aug 2, 05 at 10:08
Yep, my purple podded peas have been fruiting pretty well but now the whole bunch is covered in a powdery mildew. Any suggestions about dealing with this? ANd can I compost these plants if they are 'diseased'?? Follow-Up Postings:
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1322
 Pressure Bottling
       • Posted by: Belgianpup Wa/Zone 8 on Wed, Jun 1, 05 at 12:53
              • 13 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Aug 2, 05 at 23:31
I was told that there are no home pressure bottling units available in Australia. Is that true? If so, how do you bottle vegetables safely? Sue in the U.S. Follow-Up Postings: RE: Pressure Bottling Posted by: mercury12
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1323
 Aussie grown garlic in Perth?
       • Posted by: Amanda_WA 9 on Sat, Mar 12, 05 at 9:43
              • 7 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Aug 3, 05 at 23:34
Does anyone know where Australian grown garlic is available in Perth? My MIL is a bit upset that all she can find is imported and she was asking me to try growing some - which is great - but a more instant fix would be better! Amanda
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1324
 Alister Clark for Carmel
       • Posted by: Lynne1 Victoria Oz on Tue, Jul 19, 05 at 19:06
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 21, 05 at 5:14
HiCarmel, I have most of the Alister Clarks available. They are in flower still and have been bred for Australian climates. Lorraine Lee and Nancy Haywood are two well known ones. For really strong bushes I recommend Nieuwesteeg Rose nursery. T
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1325
 Fertilizing after pruning
       • Posted by: Sarah1 Perth - Aust on Thu, Jul 7, 05 at 9:17
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Jul 13, 05 at 4:43
Can someone please tell me when do I first fertilize after pruning? I assume when the new shoots appear to give them a boost then? Also what is the best fertilizer to use? I have Black Magic and I've used the slow release pellets before. Thank
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1326
 growing fruit trees against a east facing fence
       • Posted by: Daniel_P vic on Thu, Jul 7, 05 at 3:05
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Aug 7, 05 at 12:50
What is the general opinion on planting a pear, apple or plum tree against an east / south east facing fence? I want to train them as espalier. The fence is a good 7-8 feet high solid wood pailing fence. Please respond Thank-you
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1327
 Princess of P's garden
       • Posted by: canadiantomato z5 Ontario on Thu, Aug 4, 05 at 12:14
              • 6 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Aug 8, 05 at 19:48
Are you home and planting yet, PP? Happy Birthday!!!!!! Ray, Grub, Peter et al, please let Patrina know what you'd like from me in terms of seeds for this season. Will send some accordingly. Here's to a great garden year down under!
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1328
 Establishing a new vegie garden
       • Posted by: Eamon Melb Aust on Mon, Jun 20, 05 at 5:48
              • 20 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Aug 9, 05 at 7:11
Guys, I am after a little advice. I have just finished digging out a corner of my garden and building a low retaining wall to complete my new vegie patch, my first. I have some pretty terrible soil around my area (solid rock like cl
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1329
 Wave Cactus
Today in the nursery there were three huge Wave Cactus leaves on the floor, and NO I didn't break them off the plant. I approached an assistant who looked at me quizzically (sort of hinting
    -   Found at:   http://www.au.gardenweb.com/forums/load/cacti/msg020123572447.html

1330
 Grafting Aztekium
       • Posted by: thefof NSW Aust on Thu, May 27, 04 at 8:58
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, May 30, 04 at 5:22
Hi all I have a goodly batch of Aztekium hintonii seedlings, which, at the moment, closely resemble minute green peas! Come the spring I would like to graft some of them, the rest will stay on their own roots. The most obvious choice of s
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1331
 Mother-in-laws tongue
       • Posted by: Tomyslady 9 on Sat, Apr 10, 04 at 8:55
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jun 4, 04 at 7:43
Hi, I just transplanted a Mother-in-laws tongue. It had just a little bit of roots. Should I water it until it gets re-established? What about fertilizer, and how often should I water, if at all, after it starts growing again? Follow-
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1332
 Need advice on major fig tree trunk wound
       • Posted by: Dialectic ACT on Sat, Jan 14, 12 at 23:19
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Jan 21, 12 at 7:47
Hello I have a fully mature fig tree. My four year old has managed to crack off a major branch leaving exposed wood 50cm long, extending around one third of the trunk circumference - it's a very fresh wound, only happened yesterday. I spoke to
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1333
 Crying Over Onions
       • Posted by: The_Grub Sydney on Thu, Aug 11, 05 at 4:13
              • 15 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Aug 18, 05 at 4:21
I planted two rows of Onions Bunching (Eden Seeds, again) and put sheets of newspaper over them to assist w/ germination. I got three blades of onion grass before decided yet another attempt to grow onions failed in my backyard. So what is it
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1334
 Uebelmannia
       • Posted by: littlelisie Gold Coast, Aus on Fri, Mar 7, 03 at 8:33
              • 5 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Jun 20, 04 at 8:15
Help! Where can I find any?? Would like any of these species... U pectinifera, flavispina, or buiningii. Lester Meyers doesn't have them on his catalogue, no where else I've looked has either (other than seeds and I'm too impatient) soooo if anyon
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Cacti in Oz Forum

1335
 Provision Nut
I bought this tree called
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1336
 Australian native succulents
       • Posted by: daviesia VIC Aust on Mon, May 10, 04 at 21:00
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Sun, Jun 20, 04 at 14:01
Hello. I'm very interested in Australian native succulents and going through early postings in this forum I found one posted by: TonyfromOz in NSW late last year. This posting was very clear and up to date as to most of the succulents we have nati
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1337
 Passionfruit
       • Posted by: Fin_ Wollongong_NSW on Sun, Aug 21, 05 at 23:55
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Aug 24, 05 at 5:27
After my standard purple passionfruit died last year I decided to have a go at one of the yellow panama passionfruit vines. The plant grew like crazy but I only got three fruit. Very dissapointing after being buried in the purple ones in previou
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1338
 Zygo cactus
       • Posted by: dryorange SE Qld Aust on Fri, Jun 4, 04 at 8:18
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Jul 7, 04 at 1:47
My zygos are a riot of colour at the moment, but unfortunately they are also all limp and leathery, have been for quite a time before they budded, What can I do to restore them to their usual plumpness. Irene Follow-Up Postings:
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1339
 First Cactus
       • Posted by: OrangeBlooms Gulf Coast AL on Mon, Jun 21, 04 at 1:48
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 29, 04 at 20:58
I bought it a few months ago for my daughter. Really she's not half as into is as I am. First of all, I don't know what kind it is. It has a triangle shape dark green stem with a bright orange ball on the top, growing smaller balls all over
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Cacti in Oz Forum

1340
 Woo hoo! No more frost on my seedlings.
       • Posted by: Amanda_WA 9 on Thu, Feb 24, 05 at 1:03
              • 45 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Sep 1, 05 at 3:04
I have a glass house! It's old, secondhand and a bit too small. But it's mine, so it's perfect. DH bought the paper on his way into work this morning, spotted the advert and went and looked at it. We'll be picking it up on the weekend. So nex
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