Women can be farmers too
Katie jumped at the chance to be part of an ABC series breaking down stereotypes and encouraging girls to be farmers.
When should you pick your almonds?
Picking almonds at the right time is key to good storage, and recording the names of the varieties you plant helps too.
Three ways to maximise your fruit harvest
Maximise fruit production using this simple system to extend your harvest and increase the varieties you grow.
Four reasons for yellow leaves on your fruit tree
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.
Expert tips on growing organic berries
Berries are one of the easiest and most successful fruits to add to your garden if you’re looking for quick results.
Noticed any brown rot in your stone fruit?
Brown rot in your fruit can be devastating, but it is preventable with the right knowledge, understanding, and equipment.
Mending broken branches in fruit trees
Broken branches are a common occurrence in fruit trees, caused by too much fruit or clumsy animals, but they can often be repaired.
The fruit fly story: everything you need to know
The story of how Queensland Fruit Flies meet, mate, and reproduce. Everything you need to know to learn how to beat these pests.
Dieback and cankers on fruit trees
Die-back and cankers on your fruit tree may be a sign that it has root rot caused by Phytophthora infection.
Fruit tree grafting for home gardeners
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.
6 tips to fit fruit growing into a busy lifestyle
It can feel hard to find the time to fit fruit-growing into your busy lifestyle – but with some planning, it’s always possible.
Growing food on stolen land
Ever thought about the fact that we are all growing food on stolen land? Let’s talk about it and try to understand our history a bit more.