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    Some lovely flowers , You can use those flowers or any flower to make bloom fertilizer . They are high in Phosphorus and Potash with a tad of nitrogen .

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    Just picked the blueberries from my front garden....
    Still a few on the bush tho.... it was only planted this spring so not too shabby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Some lovely flowers , You can use those flowers or any flower to make bloom fertilizer . They are high in Phosphorus and Potash with a tad of nitrogen .

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    Hold that thought mate Im not quite ready yet but I will be pestering you soon enough on a diy bloom nutrient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glynne View Post
    Just picked the blueberries from my front garden....
    Still a few on the bush tho.... it was only planted this spring so not too shabby.
    Yeah nice one brother, Fekin love Blueberries. Plenty of Blueberry farms where I grew up. You got some plump frosty ones there and all. Been on my to get list for a long time mainly cause you can grow them in pots easy enough. Cheers for your input mate thats what its about.

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    Dont foget , blueberries love an acidic soil 4.5-5.5 , if that soil is a tad alkaline , work some peatmoss when you transplant , it will bring the ph down overtime and shell love you for it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Dont foget , blueberries love an acidic soil 4.5-5.5 , if that soil is a tad alkaline , work some peatmoss when you transplant , it will bring the ph down overtime and shell love you for it .

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    Nice1 Trex... we just shoved it in the ground and hoped for the best... not bad for winging it 😂😂😂. Got a decent crop and hope for a better 1 next year when she is a bit more established. Will deffo pick your brains mate as im a bit of a noob regarding growing fruit and veg.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Dont foget , blueberries love an acidic soil 4.5-5.5 , if that soil is a tad alkaline , work some peatmoss when you transplant , it will bring the ph down overtime and shell love you for it .

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    Thats spot on advice is that cheers Trex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glynne View Post
    Nice1 Trex... we just shoved it in the ground and hoped for the best... not bad for winging it ������. Got a decent crop and hope for a better 1 next year when she is a bit more established. Will deffo pick your brains mate as im a bit of a noob regarding growing fruit and veg.


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    You can apply some sulphur to get that pH down if its a bit high. If you can get an organic nutrient thats suitable for Camelias, Azaelias, Magnolias or Gardenias, it should have a higher sulphur and Iron content will help also. Where I used to live always had a problem with mag and iron deff in Gardenias due to the higher pH, I found lawn clippings as mulch to really help this drama.

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    Would ericasious soil help (i dunno how to spell it properly)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glynne View Post
    Would ericasious soil help (i dunno how to spell it properly)

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    Should do mate.

    Ive given up on traditional strawberries, to much drama here for fek al return. The native strawberry has no pests or disease problem. Not even the birds are giving me a drama. I used to pick these as a kid as they always grew around cow paddocks. When cultivated though fruits are huge and this plant has 100s of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Some lovely flowers , You can use those flowers or any flower to make bloom fertilizer . They are high in Phosphorus and Potash with a tad of nitrogen .

    All fruits and veggy skins hold massive amounts of Potash and Phosphorus also .

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    Oioi Trex can you use any types of flowers for this and do I brew them up as a tea? Got a recipe mate?

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