pest control

  1. Gardening 101: Indoor plant pests

    Gardening 101: Indoor plant pests
    Many new gardeners are amazed to discover that pests can seek out and attack plants growing indoors, or even out on a balcony of a high-rise building. One way or another, pests find plants - even when they are inside and away from the natural environment. They may already have been present when you purchased the plant, or hitched a...
  2. 7 tricks for a bee-free garden

    7 tricks for a bee-free garden
    If you love playing in the dirt, you know all about the important role bees play in pollinating and maintaining earth’s balance. Without bees there would be no flowers or food for us to eat. But if you can’t accommodate bees as your garden guests due to allergies, there are plenty of easy, natural solutions that won't harm bees or the...
  3. 13 easy homemade pest controls

    13 easy homemade pest controls
    From baking soda to beer, everything you need to keep pests (and chemicals) out of your garden, is at your fingertips.   Ants Mix ¼ cup of icing sugar with one tablespoon of borax and sprinkle where ants hang out. The worker ants will take the powder back to the nest and the nest will be eliminated. Keep the borax away from children...
  4. Aphids

    Aphids
    During warm weather aphids thrive, building up their numbers in preparation for an all-out assault on your tender new growth.
  5. Growing tomatoes in Sydney

    Growing tomatoes in Sydney
    We can’t think of a more rewarding fruit or vegie to grow than tomatoes. They can take up a relatively small space, growing happily in a pot, and produce plump, juicy fruit for months on end.

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