Fancy growing organic fruit in an area infested with fruit fly? It is possible, and JUSTIN RUSSELL shows how it can be done.
JUSTIN RUSSELL writes that wildlife is an essential element of an organic garden, and birds in particular can play an important role in helping to control pests.
Controlling weeds is one of the major challenges facing organic gardeners. JUSTIN RUSSELL shares his his experiments with a gas powered flame weeder.
JUSTIN RUSSELL notices a lack of honey bees in his garden, and suggests a course of action to help local bee colonies thrive.
Good garden hygiene is paramount to reducing the incidence of pests and diseases, writes PHIL DUDMAN.
Cabbage caterpillars getting you down? Try netting your crop, says PHIL DUDMAN
A book calls on pest fighters to take a new approach, reports SIMON WEBSTER.
Slugs and snails can wreak havoc in the vegie patch and are difficult to control organically. JUSTIN RUSSELL shares his succeses and failures.
Giant red tentacles scare SIMON WEBSTER.
JUSTIN RUSSELL writes in praise of exclusion netting after harvesting his best ever crop of capsicums.