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Green Gardener Help and Advice

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  • Being Waterwise in Drought Conditions

    I know it is not drought like condition in the whole of the UK, but it is being reported that this could be the hottest summer for 350 years and that the very hot conditions could continue for at least another 5 weeks. In these conditions it is important to...
  • Applying Nemaslug and soil temperatures

    Q. "I wonder if you can clarify somethings about the temperature this works at. On the website it says that it needs a temperature of 5 degrees C. I presume this means that it needs a temperature above 5 degrees C? But I'm confused - it also says to keep...
  • Applying Nemaslug with cold weather forecast?

      Q. "I’ve just received my first batch of Nemaslug, but the weather is now forecast to become colder again. Should I delay applying it until warmer conditions - hopefully after next week? Would the nemaslug be best kept in the refrigerator meanwhile?" Regards, B T Roe A. Thanks for...
  • w/c 05/03/2018 - Weather Update and Nematode Deliveries

    Weather update - The cold weather means that the soil is likely to be too cold for nematodes, so we are delaying all of the nematode pre-orders for a week. If you pre-ordered Nemaslug / Nemasys for dispatch w/c 05/03/2018 it will now be sent NEXT Week i.e. w/c 12/03/2018...
  • Identifying Harlequin Ladybirds

    One of the things I get the most questions about is Harlequin Ladybirds, so I thought I would dedicate this blog to them - how to identify them, why they are a problem, what to do with them if you find them in your garden and how to help our...
  • Pruning Roses and Rose Care

    Pruning roses seems difficult and fills gardeners with horror, but if you follow these simply guidelines it is easy to do. Remember you are unlikely to kill a rose through bad pruning, mistakes will normally grow out quickly and it is better to have a go at pruning rather than...
  • Preparing your greenhouse for the winter

    As temperatures drop it is time to clean the greenhouse, so it is ready when you move plants undercover for the winter. It is important to remove bacterial and fungal diseases AND to kill any pests, which have thrived during the summer i.e. red spider mite, whitefly and aphids. Use...
  • Controlling Red Spider Mite under-glass NATURALLY

    Red Spider Mite (RSM) is a major pests under glass & can be a particular problem in conservatories where the combination of high temps & low humidity in the summer are ideal for their development. In a conservatory their life-cycle can become modified to last all year long as in...

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