Learning how to avoid leaf curl is all in the timing. The key time to pay attention is very early spring, earlier than you think!
Earwigs can do terrible damage to stone fruit crops, but they’re also useful. It’s better to protect your fruit rather than eradicate them.
Pruning apple trees takes a little more specialist knowledge than other fruit types, but your trees will reward you with ample crops.
Compost tea is a great tool to help fix some of the causes of yellow leaves on your fruit trees by improving the health of your soil.
Understanding the difference between fruit buds and leaf buds on your fruit tree makes everything else about fruit growing easier.
Broken fruit trees can be caused by animals eating them, or accidental damage. Identifying the animal is the first step to prevention.
Peach tree leaf curl disease is one of the main causes of curly leaves on your peach and nectarine trees, but it’s quite preventable.
Everything you need to know about how to plant your new fruit trees to get them off to a great start in life.
Bake delicious warming winter cakes from the fruit you’ve grown on the fruit trees in your own garden for extra satisfaction.
Learn how to provide frost shelter for your fruit trees at certain times of the year to protect the flowers and fruit from damage.
Here are 3 simple ways to kickstart the health of your soil to help you grow fruit that is full of vitamins and minerals.
Learn how to select a healthy fruit tree when you’re buying from a nursery, to give your trees the best possible start in life.