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How to beat the cabbage moth

Posted by Alan Singleton on

My broccoli and sugar-loaf cabbage are coming along just fine thanks to the netting keeping out the cabbage moth.

 

NETTING
LOOKING OK

 

Here is the coriander I mentioned in a previous blog. Just plant about a dozen seeds every six inches or so and keep replanting every few weeks depending on how much you eat. Since we eat it by the bucket full I am buying my seed in bulk from the asian grocer. This is the only way to go (or grow) coriander.

 

 

My ginger is coming along nicely but unfortunately its days are numbered as it doesn’t like frost. As soon as it gets hit I will harvest what’s there-don’t think I will have enough to impact on the wholesale price at Rocklea.

 

GINGER COULD JUST BE PLANTED FOR ITS GOOD LOOKS

 

Hopefully this will be part of a bumper garlic harvest. The elephant garlic took quite a bit longer to shoot than the purple.

 

SOME OF THE GARLIC I PLANTED FIVE WEEKS AGO

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