Feeling overwhelmed with looking after your fruit trees in spring? We break down the main jobs you should be doing.
Have you heard of fruit thinning but don’t know how (or why) to do it? It’s a simple but important technique to help your fruit trees bear a healthy crop every year.
Spraying your trees in spring – at the right time and for the right reasons – can make a big difference to whether you get a crop or not.
Answers to your pruning FAQ, like whether it’s OK to prune your fruit trees in spring, and should you remove wood in the centre of the tree?
Taking note of when your apple trees flower can help to solve pollination puzzles in your garden and even explain lack of fruit.
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!