Fungal disease on your fruit and veggies doesn’t have to mean the end of your crop. Organic fungicides have proven themselves to be highly effective in treating... Read More
I think we are pretty decent recyclers in our house. All biodegradable material goes into our large compost bin, the worm farm or in-ground cardboard worm towers... Read More
Preventing garden disease The first step to a disease free garden is the use of sound cultural practices. This includes: Crop rotation – rotating crop families... Read More
QLD Fruit Fly are found all down the east coast of Australia, from Queensland to Victoria.
Overview An iconic Australian bird, cockatoos can reek destruction in a productive garden, especially when they arrive as a flock and not a solo act. With their super... Read More
Citrus Leafminer mine through foliage, leaving a white/silvery path, usually on the underside of young 1-2cm leaves.
Soil pH affects availability of specific nutrients. As plant nutrient requirements vary, so does their soil pH preference.
Green manuring is the process of growing annual, leafy plants which are then dug into the soil once mature. This process provides organic matter and nutrients to the... Read More
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure… When it comes to fungal and viral problems this is definitely case. In fact, many fungal and viral problems... Read More
I’m getting pretty tired of sowing seeds only to find them gone as soon as they sprout. Often they surcome to curl grubs, snails and slugs. Below is my pest... Read More