Now look what I found inside one of my sick leeks. These small fellows dig themselves into the middle of the leeks causing a slow and ugly death of the plant. Søren left a comment that it could be a leek moth, and I think he’s right. This would be the larva of the moth
When I was searching for ways to cure my squash plant (it suffered from powdery mildew) I came across a tip on growing squash. It suggests that you plant radish near your squash and just let the radish bolt. This will somehow repel the Squash Borer. I’m lucky not to have any problems with Squash
It looks like something is attacking my leeks. All of them are in a pretty bad shape and I don’t think they will make it to the harvest. If you have any idea what this could be, please leave a comment.
Heirloom seeds are free. Usually heirloom plants are the ones that have been free for more than 50 years. They will grow into plants that the world has never seen before. Well not that unique but in the same way as brothers and sisters look alike and like their parents. Sometimes the plants will be
My girlfriend was fast with the camera. I don’t like it. I don’t think it’s funny at all.
If you ask the earwigs these warm summer nights are just perfect for hanging around in the top of the apple trees, eating, sleeping, mating or whatever. Of course this happens in and between the apples where the birds can’t join the party. The apples grow so close to each other that the earwigs have
Originally this plastic bag of peat moss was just lying on the ground waiting to be used, but apparantly it has been there long enough for the bumblebees to move in. Normally I don’t like to have bees living that close to the house, but when you are growing your own food I think it’s