Leaves on your fruit tree can turn yellow for many reasons. Some are normal, some are not so good – so here’s how to tell difference.
Maximise fruit production using this simple system to extend your harvest and increase the varieties you grow.
Grasshoppers can do damage to fruit and to leaves on your fruit trees, but it’s possible to keep them under control with these strategies.
Understanding the difference between fruit buds and leaf buds on your fruit tree makes everything else about fruit growing easier.
Berries are one of the easiest and most successful fruits to add to your garden if you’re looking for quick results.
Brown rot in your fruit can be devastating, but it is preventable with the right knowledge, understanding, and equipment.
Bud-grafting is a type of grafting done in summer that is easy to learn, highly effective, and lots of fun.
Broken branches are a common occurrence in fruit trees, caused by too much fruit or clumsy animals, but they can often be repaired.
Die-back and summer-active cankers on fruit trees are a sign that your fruit tree may have root rot caused by Phytophthora infection.
Curly leaves on fruit trees can have multiple potential causes, for example, fungal disease, insects, or even nutritional issues.
Internal browning of apples is more common in heatwaves, and some varieties are more prone to this distressing condition than others.
Grafting is a practical skill that every fruit grower needs if they want to grow their own trees or make their fruit trees more useful.