How much water do your fruit trees need? Follow our simple 5-step plan to set up a watering system that’s both efficient and effective.
Feeling overwhelmed with looking after your fruit trees in spring? We break down the main jobs you should be doing.
Assess how good your thinning efforts in spring were by checking the fruit quality and the health of your trees.
Many gardeners hate weeds under their fruit trees. Managed correctly, they can bring many benefits to your trees and soil.
Value-adding can turn your raw fruit (and vegetables) into a wide range of products you can use, sell, or give away.
Make the most of your year’s hard work by picking and storing your fruit correctly using these simple tips.
In spring the results of the grafting attempts in your fruit tree nursery become obvious, and it’s so satisfying when they’re successful!
Windy conditions are often blamed for fruit losses but it’s not all bad news, and wind can be the fruit grower’s friend.
Making biochar in a bathtub is a quick, easy, and free way to produce an incredibly powerful soil health additive.
Learn how to prepare for rain and protect your fruit from damage with these handy tips (some of them are a bit surprising).
Capeweed is not a very useful plant – or is it? As an indicator plant, it can tell you about the health of your soil and how to improve it.
Find out our top three tips for protecting your fruit from some of the most common problems over spring and summer.