• Nemasys Leatherjacket Killer as mentioned by Helen Yemm in the Saturday Telegraph - CLICK HERE
  • LIVE Ladybirds for controlling aphids are available NOW - CLICK HERE
  • The full range of Nemaslug and Nemasys nematodes are available NOW - CLICK HERE
  • Use Sb Invigorator NATURAL Spray to control pests BEFORE introducing Bio-Controls / Ladybirds - CLICK HERE
  • For the greenhouse - Use Bio-Controls to keep pests under-control - CLICK HERE
  • Our Bio-degradable Weedkiller is the NATURAL way to keep weeds under-control - CLICK HERE
  • Ladybird Breeding Kits are available NOW  - CLICK HERE
   

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  • 10 things about Solitary Bees

    10 things about Solitary Bees Mason Bees almost never sting. Mason Bees do not produce honey, but are vital in the garden as very effective pollinators. Bees are responsible for pollinating about 1/3 of our food supply. The bee population is declining. This is being blamed on the use of...
  • Watering Soil Blocks made with a Soil Block Maker

    Q. The compost block maker. Surely, when you water the compost/seedlings, won’t the block collapse? From Sue by email A. Thanks for the message and once the compost is compressed as a very wet lump of compost and allowed to dry a bit it is remarkably stable, so then normal...
  • Customer Question about Waspinators

    "Good morning please can you let me know how long your waspinator lasts and also what is the shelf life."  Thanks Ron Bailey Thanks for the message and the Waspinator is a non-perishable item that repels wasps by mimicking a wasp nest - wasps being territorial, will avoid areas where other...
  • Customer Question - Where have all the ladybird gone?

    "Where have all the ladybirds gone and is it safe to introduce them now? My sweetpeas are covered with aphids." from Rowan Ross by email Thanks for the message and we only supply native ladybirds, so in theory you could introduce them all year round, but we normally supply them...
  • 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...

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