Getting to see more than 500 varieties of tropical fruit on one farm is irresistible, right? That's the promise at Tropical Fruit World, near Tweed Heads in Bundjalung country in northern NSW. Whenever we travel, we invariably find ourselves attracted to fruit....
Should you fertilise your fruit trees in spring? Yes, but its important to do it in a way that doesn’t damage the natural fertility system.
Flowers are a great way to identify mystery fruit trees in your garden, which will help you look after each of your trees the right way.
It’s easy to panic in spring, particularly if it rains a lot and your fruit is at risk. Ease the tension by celebrating the season.
If you're growing fruit, it's increasingly likely you'll have to manage some pretty wild weather at some point. More frequent extreme weather events are one of the impacts of our warming planet. So we accept that storms are not uncommon during the fruit season. On...
The story of how Queensland Fruit Flies meet, mate, and reproduce. Everything you need to know to learn how to beat these pests.
Well-known garden designer and writer Simon Rickard appreciates the effort involved in growing delicious, organic heritage stone fruit.
Taking note of when your different varieties of apple trees flower can help to solve pollination puzzles in your garden.
Hail at the wrong time of year can severely damage your fruit or your trees – but can you do anything to prevent it?
Peach tree leaf curl disease is one of the main causes of curly leaves on your peach and nectarine trees, but it’s usually preventable.
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.
Understanding the difference between fruit buds and leaf buds on your fruit tree makes everything else about fruit growing easier.