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We have published two more highly popular books which we thought you might find useful.

They show you how to rid your garden of pests without using nasty chemicals.


Book 1 – Companion Planting for Veggies

Did you know that some plants love each other, and others can’t stand each other.  A bit like humans!

companionplantingcovertwo3dHere’s just some of the fascinating socializing “behaviours“ or activities that your plants get up to. You can put these into place in your garden straight away….

  • Trap Cropping: How to use specific plants to attract pests away from your crop
  • Nitrogen Fixing: The special cover crops which put nitrogen into the soil rather than take it out.
  • Insectary: How to create habitats or environments to attract beneficial predatory insects that eat the nasty pests.
  • Nurse Cropping: Discover which tall plants with thick foliage protect more vulnerable species by shading them or shielding them from the wind.

By paying attention to the plants that do well together, as well as those that don’t like one another, you will find that you are able to grow a much wider variety of plants in your veggie patch.


Book 2 – How to Control Pests Using Natural Remedies

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  • 50 remedies and recipes you can make yourself at home to rid your garden of 25 common pests.
  • 7 preventative strategies you need to be doing right now to discourage pests
  • 5 completely natural products you can purchase commercially. These are the ones used by many organic and bio-dynamic farmers.


“Thanks Annette. Have printed this out a couple of times and keep one copy in the garden shed and refer to it constantly. Have less pests now in the greenhouse, so I’m really delighted. Keep it coming!”
Peter Shaw, Invercargill, New Zealand

Plus we’ll gift you this useful guide for free

VeggieCover3D-s-227x300Bonus – Your Veggie Planting Guide – Zone by Zone

This wonderful guide helps you to identify your local climate zone, and provides detailed advice of when to plant every vegetable in your local zone.

We’ve provided an overview of the climate classification system and zone and temperature range maps for Australia, New Zealand, Europe, United Kingdom, North America and South Africa.

Simply turn to your zone and peruse our detailed tables to discover exactly when you should plant your favorite vegetables.

Don’t Let Pests Decimate Your Precious Garden



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