How to avoid leaf curl by watching for spring

How to avoid leaf curl by watching for spring

At the beginning of July, it always seems to early to start thinking about spring… and yet … these buds on our Anzac peach tree are definitely starting to swell. Anzacs are a great ‘indicator’ variety for us, because they’re one of the...
Four reasons for yellow leaves on fruit trees

Four reasons for yellow leaves on fruit trees

Welcome to autumn! It’s pleasant enjoying the cool, crisp mornings, there’s a definite shift in the air, and we’ve even been enjoying some rain. Even if it still feels quite summery at your place, you can expect to start seeing some typical autumn...

10 ways to prevent sunburn on your fruit

In the crazy weather we’ve been experiencing lately, sunburn on fruit is a very real risk. It’s different of course to the type of burn damage trees and fruit suffer in an actual fire (as many parts of Australia are currently experiencing), but if you live...

How’s the climate?

We’ve joined the new Mount Alexander Regenerative Agriculture Group (MARAG) and went to an interesting session this week about what’s been changing in our climate, and what we can expect in coming years. The presentation was by Graeme Anderson, who’s...