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March 11, 2016

Gardening Australia s27e01.

Tino's getting ready for the cooler months by preparing the soil for brassicas and planting broccoli, cauliflower, collards, and wasabi mustard greens, Sophie wants to ensure fauna in her garden doesn't go hungry, and showcases plants she uses to attract beneficial insects that act as pollinators and pest controllers, and Costa meets a Sydney gardener who has used unique plant textures and colour combinations to create a delightful harbourside garden. Also this week, Jerry explains the cause of white spots on spinach leaves and Tino answers the question of how often we need to sow carrot seed to harvest a continuous crop all year, while Jane makes tea from a range of herbs, including four types of mint, and four lemon-flavoured herbs. Angus shows how to treat clay soil with gypsum and liquid clay-breaker that will break down large clods of clay into smaller aggregates more quickly.

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