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Seed Storage
The best place to store seed is in a sealed container in your fridge. Seed stored in a hot garden shed or garage that can reach temperatures greater than 40 in summer will simply die. Seed stored open to the air where it can take up moisture will lose viability.

Green Garden Notes
Your seasonal guide to vege gardening
Includes recipes for home-grown produce, hints on natural pest control and a vegetable planting guide. Browse by starting at Spring.
Delicious, Home-Grown Asparagus
Attract Insect-eating Birds
Growing Delicious Tomatoes
Net Profit: Exclude Fruit Bats and Birds
Container Growing
Fungal Disease In The Vege Garden
Garlic Harvest
Fruit Fly - You Can Beat It!
Spring Citrus Care
Organic Strategies For Nematode Problems
Salad Mixes
Seed Sowing
Sowing And Planting Guide
Harvest All Year Round
Garden Calendar:
Growing Sweet Potato
Extending The Harvest
Summer Citrus Care
Garden Calendar:
Long Hot Summer Days
Organic Weed Strategies
Houses Can Be Organic Too
Choosing Fruit Trees
Summer Planting Guide
Gardening In Wet Weather
Wild Harvesting
Plant Some Peas
We've Got The Beet
Improve The Pest Balance In Your Garden
Using The Rosella Harvest
Garden Calendar:
What To Sow Now
Herbs In Permaculture
Autumn Rose Care
Growing Food for Poultry
Building Healthy Soils
Garden Calendar:
What To Sow Now
Fruit Tree Pruning and Maintenance
Winter Citrus Care
Recipes For The Lemon and Lime Harvest
Eating Out of Your Garden
Climate Change - a Backyard Perspective

Growing edible and useful plants
Cucumber pollination requirements
Growing agati
Growing aibika
Growing arrowhead
Growing arrowroot
Growing asparagus
Growing bee forage
Growing betel leaf
Growing blueberries
Growing Brazilian spinach
Growing carob
Growing cassava
Growing cherry guava
Growing comfrey
Growing cranberry hibiscus
Growing elephant garlic syn. Russian garlic
Growing galangal
Growing garlic
Growing garlic chives
Growing ginger
Growing gliricidia
Growing horseradish
Growing horseradish tree
Growing Japanese raisin
Growing Jerusalem artichokes
Growing jicama
Growing krachai / Chinese keys
Growing lemongrass - East Indian
Growing lemongrass - West Indian
Growing Madagascar bean
Growing malabar chestnut
Growing Mexican tarragon
Growing mushroom plant
Growing oca syn. NZ yam
Growing Okinawa spinach
Growing onion chives
Growing Peruvian parsnip
Growing pigeon pea
Growing pinto's peanut
Growing pomegranate
Growing potatoes
Growing poultry forage
Growing rakkyo onion
Growing rhubarb
Growing rosella - rosella jam
Growing saffron crocus
Growing salad mix
Growing shallots
Growing society garlic
Growing stevia
Growing strawberries
Growing Surinam spinach
Growing sweet potato
Growing tagasaste syn. tree lucerne
Growing Tahitian spinach
Growing tamarillo
Growing taro
Growing tree onions
Growing turmeric
Growing vetiver grass
Growing waterchestnuts
Growing edible waterplants
Growing West Indian arrowroot
Growing yacon
Growing yam (Discorea alata)
Detailed help with the control of pests and diseases
Black Spot
Bronze Orange Bug
Citrus Gall Wasp
Citrus Leafminer
Clothes Moth
Codling Moth
Diatomaceous Earth
Downy Mildew
Eco Naturalure
Fly (Blow and Bush)
Fruit Fly
Fruitspotting Bug
Fungal Disease
Fungal Gnat
Green Vegetable Bug
Head Lice
Lawn Grub
Leaf Eating Beetle
Mealy Bug
Med Fly
Olive Lace Bug
Oriental Fruit Moth
Peach Leaf Curl
Pear and Cherry Slug
Pests of Stored Food
Powdery Mildew
Slug and Snail
Sooty Mould
Spider Mite
Spined Citrus Bug
Two-spotted Mite
28-spotted Ladybeetle
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