1. How to identify, treat and prevent root rot

    How to identify, treat and prevent root rot
    Root rot is a common problem and can be devastating for gardeners as plants affected by this soil-borne disease can die. Here’s a simple guide to identifying and treating the problem, as well as tips to avoid it. This issue is usually caused by poor drainage combined with overwatering or prolonged wet conditions. It can affect plants both in garden...
  2. February Fungus

    February Fungus
    In Sydney, February and March are generally humid and wet months. While most plants and lawns will thrive with a bit of this muggy humidity, sometimes it’s a little much, and can result in fungal problems. Some plants are more affected than others like turf and edibles. Lawns Fungal issues in lawns usually manifest as little blacks spots. They appear...

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