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Noelle
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Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @gore and @MitchellMc You've got me! Hard to identify the flying insect from the photo - I really haven't a clue. If it is seen sucking sap or ...

Noelle
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4 weeks ago

Hi @Zeenat If the stumps were drilled into and poisoned with glyphosate or similar, there is minimal risk to new plantings because this herbicide d ...

Noelle
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4 weeks ago

Hi @Tracie10 and @MitchellMc Any horticultural oil - white oil or Eco Organic - will assist in the control of citrus pests like leaf miner and aphi ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @Kevin92 , @Adam_W and @Jason Adam's given you all the right info, Kevin! You could also consider planting on mounds rather than creating a who ...

Noelle
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi @Queenie Your plant looks to be in the same position it was in the first photo when it was healthy. A couple of things come to mind: 1. In th ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Hi @MitchellMc I knew that but just in case the purchase wasn't made at Bunnings .. there are many garden centres also offering plant guarantee ...

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Adam_W
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3 replies
a month ago

No worries @Kevin92 Having been there & done that myself I know where you're at with this problem.Unfortunately plants that tolerate the sort of condi ...

Adam_W
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5 replies
a month ago

Hi @Kevin92 clay is a challenge...When it gets dry it gets really rock-solid dry. When it's wet it stays that way for a long time especially in the co ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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1 reply
a month ago

Welcome to the Workshop community @Queenie. I'm sorry to hear about your sick plant. Could we please know a few more details which may assist in dia ...

bergs
Super Contributor
a month ago

Hi @nonsibicunctis All plants need some sort of pruning or cutting back to keep them thick and tidy. What @Noelle has suggested are all good native p ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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1 reply
a month ago

Welcome to the Workshop community @hellsbells. I'm sorry to hear about your unfortunate situation. Just thought I would mention leading on from @Noe ...

bergs
Super Contributor
April

Hi @Jason ,I think in Melbourne would be the same rules as in Geelong.I try to move the chillies in pots to the warmest spots, which down here would p ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
April

Great, thanks for letting us know. It can be a constant battle against weeds in the garden @Jarrod but I'm sure that now you are armed with such fanta ...

Jarrod
New Contributor
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April

Thank you Noelle for your quick and detailed response. It was very useful information. Thank you to Jason for welcoming me and referring me to Noelle. ...

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Noelle
Experienced Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @gore and @MitchellMc You've got me! Hard to identify the flying insect from the photo - I really haven't a clue. If it is seen sucking sap or ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
4 weeks ago

Hi @Zeenat If the stumps were drilled into and poisoned with glyphosate or similar, there is minimal risk to new plantings because this herbicide d ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
4 weeks ago

Hi @Tracie10 and @MitchellMc Any horticultural oil - white oil or Eco Organic - will assist in the control of citrus pests like leaf miner and aphi ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Hi @Kevin92 , @Adam_W and @Jason Adam's given you all the right info, Kevin! You could also consider planting on mounds rather than creating a who ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
a month ago

Hi @Queenie Your plant looks to be in the same position it was in the first photo when it was healthy. A couple of things come to mind: 1. In th ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Hi @MitchellMc I knew that but just in case the purchase wasn't made at Bunnings .. there are many garden centres also offering plant guarantee ...

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