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  • FruitExpert
    Re: Growing Goji Berries
    @permiegreen - perhaps it is because we have had quite a nice summer with bumper fruit harvests, let's hope next year is the same.
    22 October 2014
  • permiegreen
    Re: Growing Goji Berries
    I have had my Goji berry bush for 7 years, I have had flowers from late august every year, however tjis is the first year I have had berries…
    21 October 2014
  • FruitExpert
    Re: Growing Grapes
    @PJ4 The Black Hamburg is a vigorous grape vine that grows well in a ventilated greenhouse, as well as outside against a south or south-west facing…
    20 October 2014
  • Monica
    Re: How to Make Fruit Liqueurs
    I checked the fig in vodka liqueur after two weeks of bottling and was surprised to see that it is very thick. What have I done wrong…
    19 October 2014
  • PJ4
    Re: Growing Grapes
    I have just purchased a 3yr old Black Hamburgh grapevine, which at the moment is growing in a container in a unheated greenhouse, should I leave it…
    18 October 2014
  • FruitExpert
    Re: Growing Goji Berries
    @Eb61 You should be able to grow them to fruit in the UK too. But they will not tolerate heavy, wet soil. The best advice is to plant in…
    10 October 2014
  • Eb61
    Re: Growing Goji Berries
    Having read all the comments on this forum, I have come to the conclusion that we can grow goji in the UK but unless you live in the Scottish…
    10 October 2014
  • Dorie
    Re: Growing Goji Berries
    I have three 2-year-old wolfberry/gojiberry roots that I bought this August from Phoenix Tears Nursery. Within 6-7 weeks of planting, they…
    9 October 2014
  • Dizzy dessy
    Re: Common Problems When Growing Fruit
    My blackberries have again suffered from what looks like Dry Berry Mite . Is there any cure for this. The little cells…
    5 October 2014
    Re: Canning and Bottling Fruit
    I think the author means non-reactive when stating that pots or pans be non metallic. Non reactive cookware does not "react" to…
    26 September 2014
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