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Yes I grew it in a unit in a large oblong pot with a trellis.

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My passionfruit has dense foliage but after three years no fruit.when do i prune this plant,cold climate,and show how .


Some passionfruit varieties require another vine to provide cross-pollination and produce fruit however the commonly grown 'Nellie Kelly' and 'Panama Gold Select' are self-fertile.

If there are flowers but no fruit, try hand pollinating the blooms using a small dry paintbrush or a cotton bud to transfer pollen from stamens to the stigma. Repeat this regularly until you see fruit forming.

Over fertilising with a high nitrogen fertiliser can cause flowers to drop and prevent fruit from forming.

In cooler areas they need a warm, sunny, sheltered spot with fertile soil and regular water to thrive.

Quotes above from Jennifer Stackhouse.

Prune passionflower in early spring if you live in an area with colder winters.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPBwCoOdRgg

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Tomato plants have had no flowers.Mainly Grosse Lisse. Grown in plant bed with 8 hours sun per day. Fertilised dug in with pot ash before planting.Just under a metre tall with good green foliage


Interesting. I have three tomato plants this year which bore no fruit. One was a $20 grafted tomato and was huge, but no flowers.

A horticulturalist told me he though I had a virus. I will be sterilizing the soil with Jeyes Fluid twice, now and about a month before planting.

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I have got a pomegranate tree but fruit always rotten. Presume it to be fruitfly. How do I protect my fruit please?


baits or pots
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What type of flower is this?


If it was growing on a vine it could be a passion fruit flower.

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How do I get rid of clusters of transparent wing insects that gather in Summer on the growing tips of the figs , as well as the passion fruit at Tamborine mountain?


Cover your tree in a fine net when the figs start to form after blooming. I know wasps like to lay their eggs in them, and those fruit usually fall off. Probably the same with the passion fruit.

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What are agricultural products grown to be sold?


That's a highly variable thing. Many crops, like corn for your cornflakes or tortillas, are grown on huge agribusiness farms with thousands of acres of the same monocrops growing. Corn is generally grown in the Midwest, such as Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, etc.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are sometimes grown the same way, and can come from areas as varied as from the Northeast to California. However, many times, if you watch for them, you can find fresh fruits and vegetables from small, local farmers in your grocery stores or even at roadside stands. Those are often grown on small acreage plots very close to where they are sold, often grown combined with complimentary plants, and are picked and sold at their peak of freshness rather than trucked over thousands of miles.

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How do i rid of fruit flies in my plants


I've had the same problem and was able to get rid of the fruit flies using the following method.

First, sprinkle diatomaceous earth on the dirt in the plant pots. Diatomaceous earth is all natural and non-toxic, but it will kill the fruit flies.

Here's a link for killing bugs naturally with diatomaceous earth:
How to Get Rid of Spiders Naturally with Diatomaceous Earth

Next, make a mild soap and water solution, pour it in a spray bottle and spray the plants. Make sure the solution is mild because if it's too strong it will affect the plants.

Here's a link for the homemade insecticide soap recipe:
How to Make Homemade Insecticidal Soap for Plants Today Homeowner

The combination of the diatomaceous earth and insecticide soap will take care of your fruit fly problem. It will probably take about a week or so for all of the fruit flies to die, but if you're vigilant you'll take care of the problem.

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What are some of the more common qualities of a Sauvignon Blanc?


Suavignon Blancs are generally display mineral aromas along with fruity flavors, such as melon, fig and passion fruit. This wine variety is often light to medium bodied and is most often dry.

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