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Jean-Sebastien Busque

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Recent posts by Jean-Sebastien Busque

Hello,

What up with my tree (September ruby)??
I live zone 3b (Quebec) and one of my apple tree after 4 years of normal growth is turning red and brown ??
3 months ago
I would guess so ! If you have a south facing window with good sun access (no trees or building) it should be ok. From my observation ginger seem to love warm temperature( lots of growth). One thing is for sure it's slow about 9 months from seed to plate !  
3 years ago
Hi
I'm trying it again with some turmeric this time! I planted in March, keep inside until May then into the greenhouse (attach to house) probably until October then back inside in front of south facing window until December. AndrĂ© I have no idea if the shoot are edible. If the old shoots are brown and dry i would cut it.  

3 years ago
Nothing fancy! soil from my garden and some home made compost ! 60%/40%
4 years ago
My first ginger ! made in pots, started in march inside the house then greenhouse may to october and then back in the house until december. Zone 3a
4 years ago
Last fall I pruned my my black currants shrub tried planting some cutting. I had to much so I put some in a mulch pile with some cardboard on top, 8 month later some currants grew out off the cardboard very vigirously more then 2 feets !!!
4 years ago
Thanks for the help.
Damage is on the all the side of trees. over the past 2 years large number of trees have had symptoms but this year it's catastrophic! nectarine, plum, pears, apple, asian pears, apricot, cherries (stella), sea berries all have trouble. Currents(black/white/red), honey berry, elderberry, hazelnut, aronia Berry, cherry cupid and carmine jewel are doing fine. I will do some cutting and burning
4 years ago
Hello

Large number off my fruit trees are dying (apple, plum, pear...) I live in zone 3b and last winter had record low

Thanks

JS
4 years ago
Need help to ID this plant.
Zone 4+
It was growing on big mounds of broken glass (from a recycling plant) with lots of squash, tomatoes and melons !! Nobody knows why ?

Thanks

JS
6 years ago