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The crops in the autumn season need extra time to ripe as they don't receive enough sunlight. The least you would ask in this situation is a garden free of insect infestation.
The purpose of fruit cage netting is to protect fruits and vegetables in your garden from the attack of birds, insects, rodents, and other animals.
Gardeners growing fruits, vegetables, and other edible crops should always be prepared for a possible bird attack on their garden. During springtime, birds are looking for suitable nesting options, and if you let them, they might pick your grand.
Springtime brings with it the melodious chirping of birds that you missed all winter, but the birds also brings big problems for your garden. Small birds like the sparrow can nest in your trees and eat away at your fruits and vegetables if you don’t take preventative measures to protect your harvest. Not only this, they will plaster your garden with their droppings, which is not only unpleasant but harmful as well.
Gardening can be a pleasurable and therapeutic activity. It, however, comes with its own set of challenges. These can range from digging and aerating the soil for new seedlings to dealing with the reappearance of weeds. All these chores seem cumbersome instead of an escape from daily stresses.
Numerous studies show that there is significant evidence to back the idea of the health benefits of gardening. Gardening has proven to have a wide variety of health advantages which range from fighting anxiety/depression to dealing with heart diseases and obesity. It also helps in alleviating the symptoms of dementia as well as being a source of joy and fulfilment.
The concept of Community Gardening is a societal welfare strategy where people from a community or a society come together to engage in gardening activities. Often, individual or shared plots on private or public land are used for community gardening.
Container gardening is the ideal solution for people who have limited to no outdoor space. Whether you have a small balcony, terrace, a patch of sun on the driveway, or just a window, you can add life to the space by keeping plants in containers.
Slugs can be an absolute nuisance and can totally damage the plants and flowers in your garden. They not only ruin the look of your garden but also cause extreme destruction to seedlings, plant seeds, fruits, leaves and underground tubers.
This doesn’t only result in the death of plants but can also lead to major production losses.
Are you turning green with envy looking at your friend’s beautiful orchard? Do you wish to taste the fresh zesty splendour of your home-grown oranges?Most gardeners steer clear of planting fruits in their garden. It’s because they are considered as ‘too much of a hassle’. When they do plant fruits it’s usually the summer varieties like apples and berries.