Reminder that slugs are alway with us and will pounce as soon as it rains. More information on how nematodes work to conunter this pest – plus where to buy them!
We know from our records that people start to get worried about Vine Weevil damage at this time of year. This article gives you an overview of this pest and what you can do about it.
Sciarid Fly is a particular pest in Greenhouses active in the early months of the year. This post tells you a bit about them and what you can do to get rid of them. It also invites you to express an interest in being kept informed as to when specific nematode controls will be available.
Video of a Humming Bird Hawk Moth in our Garden at Gundogan, Turkey
Quick update about life at the nursery and invitation to come to our open day on 23rd July as part of the NGS scheme
We are talking at various horticultural societies over the next 6 months. If you live near I’m sure you would be able to attend as a guest. Contact us and we’ll put you in touch with the secretary at the club.
Red spider Mite are tiny, highly destructive pests that are common in greenhouses and on house plants and can also be found on outdoor plants during the warmer summer months. Article and Video to tell you more about it.
As we go into the Spring, the birds and flowers are starting to wake up.
And so are the slugs.
Here at the glasshouses, we manage them using nematodes.
So the talk is based on our own experiences in controlling them ourselves. We’ve chopped the highlights up into a series of videos – one for each of these major pests. These combine slides with the chance to see some small videos we’ve taken of some of the pests and their predators in action so that if you’ve never had the chance to see the enemy face to face you can have the chance to get to know them.
We use SBI to control and reduce aphids, blackfly, red spider mite, scale insects and mealybug at our nursery at Fletching Glasshouses. We use it almost every other week and wet the plant thoroughly including the undersides of leaves where the aphids and crawlers like to lurk.