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27 Mar 2015
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Q. Hi, this year was the first time my dwarf peaches and nectarines have fruited. Each day I went out waiting for them to ripen, only to find a mouldy one or two. I have been spraying throughout the year. Please help. Thanks, Shelley. A. This... More
25 Mar 2015
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In spring we gave you the chance to enter to win a Foodie and Gardener's Dream Weekend for two, including a private tour and meal with Annabel Langbein in her Wanaka garden. Last weekend, our lucky winner Heidi Connolly of Christchurch took the... More
24 Mar 2015
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When you’re starting out in the garden it can be pretty demotivating when your carefully tended plants fail to flourish. We joined forces with Tui’s Facebook friends to provide some advice on succeeding in the garden this season so you can... More
12 Mar 2015
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Q. Hi, recently I laid a new lawn and it all came up very thick, but over the last week there are patches of browning in my new lawn. What is the cause and how do I repair the problem? Thanks, Bob. A. There could be several reasons for the... More
11 Mar 2015
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Your favourite Seasol now has a specially developed lawns product! For a lush green lawn use new Seasol for Lawns. It is a superior health treatment and liquid fertiliser that combines the benefits of Seasol seaweed solution, a specially... More
10 Mar 2015
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A lush, green lawn really sets off your home and is the pride and joy of many gardeners! A successful lawn takes a little bit of effort, but provides very rewarding results making you the envy of the neighbourhood. Here are Tui’s top tips to... More
10 Mar 2015
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For most of us with a vegetable garden, the growing season starts in spring and runs through to the end of autumn. We tend to forget about winter vegetable gardening, but you can take the same approach as you did back in spring, preparing the... More
6 Mar 2015
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Autumn’s arrival signals time to enjoy fresh homegrown harvests from your summer planting efforts. It also signals time to plant crops for the coming cooler months, to make the most of your garden all year round! Featuring: Failsafe autumn... More
12 Feb 2015
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Q. Hi, the leaves on my tomatoes are going yellow. Could this be because I am watering them too much? Thanks, John. A. Are you regularly feeding your tomatoes? As they are gross feeders they need feeding every 2-4 weeks in the growing season.... More
12 Feb 2015
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Q. Hi there, my coriander and basil are hardly growing - my favourite herbs! Any suggestions? I live in South Canterbury. Thanks, Julie. A. Both coriander and basil need warmth and lots of sunshine to do well. It is getting a little late in the... More

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