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Rawns
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December

@Noelle I have been using glyphosate 540 on anything green and within a month, all green is gone and the clumps look dead...now, how do I remove th ...

Rawns
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November

Thanks...I did not know that about Glyphosate.

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I have cut down two of the bamboo clumps (I believe this is clumping bamboo) and cut down half of the other. I am applying Roundup on the leaves and n ...

Rawns
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 Suggestions on how to grow tropical plants in Brisbane in heavy clay soil?plants like ginger, ferns, palms, Heliconias, Zanzibar’s and Lilly Pillys

Rawns
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October

Anyone suggest a fast growing wind break/screening tree for Brisbane

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Noelle
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December

Hi @Rawns By hand! No simple solutions here - cut the canes off close to the ground and dig out the remnant clumps or simply leave them there to r ...

Noelle
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December

Hi @Renan The cut culms will not regrow but cutting them will encourage the underground rhizomes to send up even more new shoots. Restricting the bam ...

MartyH
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October

This should help for your palm trees @Rawns https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/garden/planting-and-growing/how-to-grow-and-care-for-palm-trees

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October

Hi again @Rawns, You might be interested in this helpful video about using clay in the garden by resident horticulturalist @Adam_W - https://www.wor ...

Noelle
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November

Hi Rawns & JasonYou are on the right track, Rawns, but using glyphosate-based herbicides on the leaves is not optimal. If you wish to poison the bambo ...

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