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  2. Marley Farley
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    Did you know.... WASPS HATE PEPPERMINT..!!

    Harry dive for the vinegar mate..very good solution for bringing swelling down...I avoid them if I can :)
    Harry dive for the vinegar mate..very good solution for bringing swelling down...I avoid them if I can :)
    Harry dive for the vinegar mate..very good solution for bringing swelling down...I avoid them if I can :)
    Harry dive for the vinegar mate..very good solution for bringing swelling down...I avoid them if I can :)
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  3. Marley Farley
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    An Organic Mite Control Spray for your Greenhouse..!!

    Hiya Daisybelle :) As often as possible but for me 2 or 3 times is enough......an evening spray would keep foliage damp all night. I had peaches in a conservatory a few years back and red spider was...
    Hiya Daisybelle :) As often as possible but for me 2 or 3 times is enough......an evening spray would keep foliage damp all night. I had peaches in a conservatory a few years back and red spider was rife. I lightly sprayed with water regularly .....no sprays other than water for me on edible...
    Hiya Daisybelle :) As often as possible but for me 2 or 3 times is enough......an evening spray would keep foliage damp all night. I had peaches in a conservatory a few years back and red spider was rife. I lightly sprayed with water regularly...
    Hiya Daisybelle :) As often as possible but for me 2 or 3 times is enough......an evening spray would keep foliage damp all night. I had peaches in a conservatory a few years back and red spider was...
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  4. Marley Farley
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  5. Kandy
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    Lily Beetles and Larva...

    Strangely they ate my cream little but two orange ones survive. I knocked one off my plant and squared it under my foot, left a great big red blob on the patio
    Strangely they ate my cream little but two orange ones survive. I knocked one off my plant and squared it under my foot, left a great big red blob on the patio
    Strangely they ate my cream little but two orange ones survive. I knocked one off my plant and squared it under my foot, left a great big red blob on the patio
    Strangely they ate my cream little but two orange ones survive. I knocked one off my plant and squared it under my foot, left a great big red blob on the patio
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  6. Marley Farley
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    Safe ways to deter Cats from your Garden Information only..

    Cayenne or black pepper can be sprinkled around garden in your borders and anywhere you don't want them to go. This is rather unpleasant but harmless and apart from some sneezing it will...
    Cayenne or black pepper can be sprinkled around garden in your borders and anywhere you don't want them to go. This is rather unpleasant but harmless and apart from some sneezing it will eventually keep them away from the area I have found. Garlic, in a spray, which contains garlic oil also...
    Cayenne or black pepper can be sprinkled around garden in your borders and anywhere you don't want them to go. This is rather unpleasant but harmless and apart from some sneezing it will eventually keep them away from the area I have found....
    Cayenne or black pepper can be sprinkled around garden in your borders and anywhere you don't want them to go. This is rather unpleasant but harmless and apart from some sneezing it will...
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  7. Daisies
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    Anti-cat threads will be summarily closed

    PLEASE TAKE NOTEDue to the incendiary nature of the topic, any further ANTI-CAT threads WILL BE SUMMARILY CLOSED AND MAY EVEN BE DELETED!Daisees has spoken!
    PLEASE TAKE NOTEDue to the incendiary nature of the topic, any further ANTI-CAT threads WILL BE SUMMARILY CLOSED AND MAY EVEN BE DELETED!Daisees has spoken!
    PLEASE TAKE NOTEDue to the incendiary nature of the topic, any further ANTI-CAT threads WILL BE SUMMARILY CLOSED AND MAY EVEN BE DELETED!Daisees has spoken!
    PLEASE TAKE NOTEDue to the incendiary nature of the topic, any further ANTI-CAT threads WILL BE SUMMARILY CLOSED AND MAY EVEN BE DELETED!Daisees has spoken!
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  9. Loki

    Lilly beetles

    Cheeky!!!:rasp:
    Cheeky!!!:rasp:
    Cheeky!!!:rasp:
    Cheeky!!!:rasp:
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  10. lowrider69

    what are these pests please?

    yea I,ve dug the 1st lot up they come out so nice last year
    yea I,ve dug the 1st lot up they come out so nice last year
    yea I,ve dug the 1st lot up they come out so nice last year
    yea I,ve dug the 1st lot up they come out so nice last year
    hollyhock pest.jpg holyhocks.jpg
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  11. GaryP

    Plums white and mouldy?

    Hi. Many thanks. That certainly sounds like it, I remember them going brown last year and having no stones. Great to finally have some info on it so thank you again.
    Hi. Many thanks. That certainly sounds like it, I remember them going brown last year and having no stones. Great to finally have some info on it so thank you again.
    Hi. Many thanks. That certainly sounds like it, I remember them going brown last year and having no stones. Great to finally have some info on it so thank you again.
    Hi. Many thanks. That certainly sounds like it, I remember them going brown last year and having no stones. Great to finally have some info on it so thank you again.
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  12. LincsJohn
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  13. wiseowl

    Pelargoniums leaves

    Thanks @Verdun and @pete I shall cut down on watering them ,it could be the old age thing as I keep going red lately;)
    Thanks @Verdun and @pete I shall cut down on watering them ,it could be the old age thing as I keep going red lately;)
    Thanks @Verdun and @pete I shall cut down on watering them ,it could be the old age thing as I keep going red lately;)
    Thanks @Verdun and @pete I shall cut down on watering them ,it could be the old age thing as I keep going red lately;)
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  14. bill-lancaster

    Camelia, unhappy and few flowers

    We've been at this address for three years now, the camelia is clearly mature but considering the advice received here, it must have suffered during last years drought. It was quite bad here and...
    We've been at this address for three years now, the camelia is clearly mature but considering the advice received here, it must have suffered during last years drought. It was quite bad here and most of my time was taken up with watering recently planted shrubs. Thanks
    We've been at this address for three years now, the camelia is clearly mature but considering the advice received here, it must have suffered during last years drought. It was quite bad here and most of my time was taken up with watering...
    We've been at this address for three years now, the camelia is clearly mature but considering the advice received here, it must have suffered during last years drought. It was quite bad here and...
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  15. lowrider69

    Bad Greenfly infestation on lupins

    yea I like lupins and they were doing so well, think I will cut off all the dead or dying leaf tomorrow and will be able to see better then
    yea I like lupins and they were doing so well, think I will cut off all the dead or dying leaf tomorrow and will be able to see better then
    yea I like lupins and they were doing so well, think I will cut off all the dead or dying leaf tomorrow and will be able to see better then
    yea I like lupins and they were doing so well, think I will cut off all the dead or dying leaf tomorrow and will be able to see better then
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  16. mazambo

    Argh Rat

    Nice one @mazambo ..job well done.:thumbsup:
    Nice one @mazambo ..job well done.:thumbsup:
    Nice one @mazambo ..job well done.:thumbsup:
    Nice one @mazambo ..job well done.:thumbsup:
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  17. Krunal Patel

    Mark and fugie on new branch

    Wooly Aphids? Woolly aphids
    Wooly Aphids? Woolly aphids
    Wooly Aphids? Woolly aphids
    Wooly Aphids? Woolly aphids
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  18. MaLiorzh

    Mould and warm/cold stratifying seeds

    I've got seeds that need stratifying before they'll germinate. Some need warm and then cold stratification. I had Canadian wild ginger (Asarum canadense) and Meum ( Meum athamanticum) seeds in...
    I've got seeds that need stratifying before they'll germinate. Some need warm and then cold stratification. I had Canadian wild ginger (Asarum canadense) and Meum ( Meum athamanticum) seeds in damp vermiculite in freezer bags in a warm dark spot in the house. All the seeds went mouldy within a...
    I've got seeds that need stratifying before they'll germinate. Some need warm and then cold stratification. I had Canadian wild ginger (Asarum canadense) and Meum ( Meum athamanticum) seeds in damp vermiculite in freezer bags in a warm dark spot...
    I've got seeds that need stratifying before they'll germinate. Some need warm and then cold stratification. I had Canadian wild ginger (Asarum canadense) and Meum ( Meum athamanticum) seeds in...
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  19. Upsydaisy

    Is this beyond reviving!!

    Brilliant info @pete and @Marley Farley thank you so much for your much appreciated responses. I will follow your advice and will hopefully be able to restore it back to good health. :ThankYou:
    Brilliant info @pete and @Marley Farley thank you so much for your much appreciated responses. I will follow your advice and will hopefully be able to restore it back to good health. :ThankYou:
    Brilliant info @pete and @Marley Farley thank you so much for your much appreciated responses. I will follow your advice and will hopefully be able to restore it back to good health. :ThankYou:
    Brilliant info @pete and @Marley Farley thank you so much for your much appreciated responses. I will follow your advice and will hopefully be able to restore it back to good health. :ThankYou:
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  20. 2nd_bassoon

    What's nibbling my clematis?

    Don't discount slugs and snails...
    Don't discount slugs and snails...
    Don't discount slugs and snails...
    Don't discount slugs and snails...
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  21. lowrider69

    Nemasys Vine Weevil Killer

    Yes Pete, different nematodes for ants, slugs, weevils, soil pests etc. Yes, I know they are expensive but if timed right can be cost effective I think :)
    Yes Pete, different nematodes for ants, slugs, weevils, soil pests etc. Yes, I know they are expensive but if timed right can be cost effective I think :)
    Yes Pete, different nematodes for ants, slugs, weevils, soil pests etc. Yes, I know they are expensive but if timed right can be cost effective I think :)
    Yes Pete, different nematodes for ants, slugs, weevils, soil pests etc. Yes, I know they are expensive but if timed right can be cost effective I think :)
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  22. Greybelle

    Little Black "Eggs"?

    I purchased a new greenhouse last autumn and used it to overwinter my small peach and apricot trees. They flowered and were hand pollinated in February and a few small fruits are setting. Now the...
    I purchased a new greenhouse last autumn and used it to overwinter my small peach and apricot trees. They flowered and were hand pollinated in February and a few small fruits are setting. Now the leaves are covered with black spots, probably eggs as they are not moving. They brush off easily but...
    I purchased a new greenhouse last autumn and used it to overwinter my small peach and apricot trees. They flowered and were hand pollinated in February and a few small fruits are setting. Now the leaves are covered with black spots, probably eggs...
    I purchased a new greenhouse last autumn and used it to overwinter my small peach and apricot trees. They flowered and were hand pollinated in February and a few small fruits are setting. Now the...
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  23. DominiH

    Should I be worried about these insects?

    Good morning DominiH....yes indeedy :)
    Good morning DominiH....yes indeedy :)
    Good morning DominiH....yes indeedy :)
    Good morning DominiH....yes indeedy :)
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  24. DominiH

    What should I be doing to help these two plants?

    Thanks noisette47 and Verdun. I'll give that a go tomorrow.
    Thanks noisette47 and Verdun. I'll give that a go tomorrow.
    Thanks noisette47 and Verdun. I'll give that a go tomorrow.
    Thanks noisette47 and Verdun. I'll give that a go tomorrow.
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  25. DominiH

    Are these weeds or Viola seedlings?

    Ok thanks. I'll try that.
    Ok thanks. I'll try that.
    Ok thanks. I'll try that.
    Ok thanks. I'll try that.
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  26. ricky101

    Friend or Foe ?

    Can't see them well enough to decide whether they're centipedes or millipedes. You can usually tell from they're leg positions and whether they run away when frightened or curl up.Centipedes...
    Can't see them well enough to decide whether they're centipedes or millipedes. You can usually tell from they're leg positions and whether they run away when frightened or curl up.Centipedes have legs that stick out and millipedes have legs that point down. Also, millipedes tend to have two...
    Can't see them well enough to decide whether they're centipedes or millipedes. You can usually tell from they're leg positions and whether they run away when frightened or curl up.Centipedes have legs that stick out and millipedes have legs...
    Can't see them well enough to decide whether they're centipedes or millipedes. You can usually tell from they're leg positions and whether they run away when frightened or curl up.Centipedes...
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  27. Spruce

    Gray Mold and treating Botrytis Blight

    Spruce, I find diluted bleach very effective. No chemical residues and cheap :)
    Spruce, I find diluted bleach very effective. No chemical residues and cheap :)
    Spruce, I find diluted bleach very effective. No chemical residues and cheap :)
    Spruce, I find diluted bleach very effective. No chemical residues and cheap :)
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  28. Spruce

    SB Plant Invigorator PLANT PESTICIDE AND MILDEWCIDE

    Can I ask what ratio you use for this mix and what type of Horti soap you use, cannot say I have ever noticed any in the shops ?Often need to use something on my Fuchsias etc but some...
    Can I ask what ratio you use for this mix and what type of Horti soap you use, cannot say I have ever noticed any in the shops ?Often need to use something on my Fuchsias etc but some proprietary ones seem to affect the leaves a bit.Thanks
    Can I ask what ratio you use for this mix and what type of Horti soap you use, cannot say I have ever noticed any in the shops ?Often need to use something on my Fuchsias etc but some proprietary ones seem to affect the leaves a bit.Thanks
    Can I ask what ratio you use for this mix and what type of Horti soap you use, cannot say I have ever noticed any in the shops ?Often need to use something on my Fuchsias etc but some...
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