SuperNemos Pest Control

SuperNemos Pest Control
SuperNemos  is the future of pest control for many reasons. This biological pest control method is safe for both the environment & pets while being extremely effective in controlling a range of common and destructive garden pests SuperNemos is growing in popularity with nurseries and gardeners because of the continued positive results that it brings. ...

Weed Killer – Safe Disposal in Ireland

We are all aware of the hazardous nature of weed killer, pesticides and other garden chemicals.  EU regulations tries to keep up with research into the harmful effects of certain chemicals and introduce new legislation & bans on certain chemicals to ensure that garden & horticultural practices are carried out in the safest possible way. ...

Netting Frame For Pest Control

Netting Frame For Pest Control
Gardens are constantly under attack from various pests. This is the nature of both vegetable and ornamental gardens. The control of pests comes under a number of options and for the sake of the environment and your garden it is best to avoid the use of chemicals and instead choose a barrier control in the ...

Copper Slug Tape at the Ready as Damp Weather Continues

Copper Slug Tape at the Ready as Damp Weather Continues
Wet weather is a bad thing, warm wet weather is a very bad thing. That is of course if your struggling to control slugs in your garden. With rain and damp soils the slugs really thrive and the warmer it gets the more they multiply. This brings with a certain amount of crop destruction with ...

Slug Pellets Pros & Cons

Slug Pellets Pros & Cons
  If  you have a heavy clay soil and live on the wet shores of Ireland then it is likely that your garden is frequented by slugs and snails. These pests which love big, fresh foliage will feed on and ravage crops such as cabbage, lettuce, peas and also anniliate the young seedlings of cucumbers, ...

Use Fencing Stakes to Protect your Trees

Use Fencing Stakes to Protect your Trees
The early, formative years at the most critical and important for your garden trees as these are the years when the trees will take root and anchor themselves in the ground and when the young buds and branches will turn the skinny whip into a shapely tree. This is why it is all important to ...

A Guide to Weed Killer Types

A Guide to Weed Killer Types
Shopping for weed killers can be a confusing exercise, with the range and vartiety of herbicides available on the market choosing the one for you is never easy. To try and simplify things I will give you a simple breakdown of the different types and what use each is best suited to. The types of ...

How & When to Use Weed Killer

How & When to Use Weed Killer
The first thing I would notice when people use weed killers is that they use way too much and over apply the chemicals. This is both harmful to the environment and quite expensive. Most chemical herbicides are best applied by using a knapsack sprayer and when you purchase chemicals they come with detailed instructions on ...

Weed Killer to Kill Scutch Grass

Weed Killer to Kill Scutch Grass
Truly the tyrant of the weed world, Scutch is a scourge for gardening and farmers alike. If left untreated, Scutch grass will growing and develop an extensive network of roots under the soil meaning they completely dominate the soil. This is a common occurrence on farmland and unkempt gardens. The control of this weed is ...

How to Lay Weed Control Fabric

How to Lay Weed Control Fabric
If you are new to gardening and you want a low maintenance garden that still looks good and neat, then it is likely that you will be laying weed fabric at some point. But there is one fundamental question that you should ask yourself before beginning this gardening project. That is; should I lay the ...