Plant Protection

The key to good organic gardening is working with nature's cycles and using non-artificial methods to protect and nurture our plants. The right choices of protective equipment will greatly contribute to our gardening success and keep our plants safe.

Cages

Everyone loves soft fruit, including the birds ' and who can blame them?! Birds are an important part of the organic gar...
Everyone loves soft fruit, including the birds ' a...
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Cloches & Tunnels

Cloches are protective structures; they're usually portable, which provides the added benefit that they can be moved aro...
Cloches are protective structures; they're usually...
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Greenhouses

It's the dream of every gardener to have a greenhouse or space so that they can produce plants. Plants are to the garden...
It's the dream of every gardener to have a greenho...
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Mesh & Netting

Meshing is an important piece of equipment in the organic armoury when it comes to protecting our crops from competing c...
Meshing is an important piece of equipment in the ...
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Pest Control

Organic gardening is very much about having an integrated growing space. A mixture of crops, flowers and encouraging wil...
Organic gardening is very much about having an int...
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Plant Support

Some plants just want to ramble. Runner beans that want to run need something to run up and over, so plant support is vi...
Some plants just want to ramble. Runner beans that...
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Weed Control

Weeds are just plants in the wrong place and organic gardening recognises the importance of plants in all guises. Tradit...
Weeds are just plants in the wrong place and organ...
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