Pollination is necessary for our gardens to thrive so it's handy to understand how we can help all those beneficial insects and animals do their work.
PAUL WEST explains how to bring more native bees into your life and gardens by encouraging their natural habitats.
Ants are part of life in Australia, says Denis Crawford, and are very important in the environment.
Look after your spiders says Penny Woodward, the vast majority are harmless and all are beneficial.
Kirsten Bradley shares her sweet secrets of success for keeping bees.
'Tis the season for mozzies and ticks. Try these helpful plants to take the sting out of their bite, writes PENNY WOODWARD.
PENNY WOODWARD says it is good to look after most of the fungi growing in your garden.
Times are tough for honey bees says PENNY WOODWARD.
In the Nov/Dec 2013 issue of Organic Gardener, there is an article by SIMON WEBSTER on organic wine which pointed to more information on wine pesticide residues. Here it is:
Gardeners can become ﬁxated on maximising productive space, but having a wild patch in the garden can bring many beneﬁts, from pollination to pest control, writes JERRY COLEBY-WILLIAMS.