Ever find your tomatoes are growing but seem to be rotting from the bottom up. If it’s not fruit fly, you might have a case of blossom end rot. The good news is thankfully it’s not a disease that will
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Have you ever just looked at your plants and think, hmm somethings not right, it’s not looking the greatest. It’s looking a little insipid, not it’s usual sparky green self. The watering is on point, the soil quality is spot
When I first put my garden in I was so excited, finally I can grow my own food in the city! For those who have black thumbs, I can’t really explain my excitement, I guess you could liken it to a kid on Christmas eve. Then I met Ron. Ron the Possum.
Nothing worse then waiting ages for something to be ready to be picked only for it to be destroyed by caterpillars. You’ll most commonly see your kale, broccoli, cabbages being destroyed but a lot of other things can be fair
If you’ve noticed an epidemic of tiny white flying things on your tomato plants then it’s likely you’ve got an infestation of whitefly. Whilst Whitefly may be a lessor concern than many other bugs out there, they can cause some