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.
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
Possums… Those pesky little critters that are so cute yet reek such destruction. My experiences Their appearance in the garden coincided with when the fruit fly... Read More
Friend or foe? Its not always easy to tell when it comes to the garden. Use this page to visually identify problem pests, then follow the image links for further... Read More
I’ve been seeing evidence of mice in my garden. They are eating my peas! I say they because from what I’ve read, where there is one, there is usually many.... Read More
If you are any type of gardener, you know the damage that snails and slugs can cause. They seem to know just when that strawberry is almost ripe and love the tender new... Read More
Curl grubs (often mistaken as witchety grubs) are the larvae of various beetles including Black beetles and the Christmas beetles commonly found in Australia. The... Read More
White, Rose, Pink wax, soft brown, black are just some of the numerous types of scale that can be found on stems or foliage. Control with white oil. If that does not... Read More