ABC Organic Gardener Magazine January/February 2016

Welcome to summer and a bumper crop of Organic Gardener goodness. Grow and harvest your own avocados, mangoes and kohlrabi. Plant and cook exotic spices with Penny Woodward and Christine Manfield. Be inspired by a community of urban farmers. Plus, pick a garden course, prune a peach tree, plant geraniums, and put an end to feather plucking poultry. All in the January/February issue.

Inside the latest issue:

  • Top spices to grow.
  • Grow your own avocados and be rewarded with deliciously rich creamy fruit.
  • Phil Dudman gives his mango harvesting tips while Julie Ray dishes up delicious recipes starring      this divine fruit.
  • The summer garden Must-do jobs for the season from our experts, including homemade whitefly traps and saving bean seeds.
  • Cutting-edge pruning. Phil Dudman shows how to summer prune peach and nectarine trees to maintain shape, decrease risk of disease and improve yield.
  • Penny Woodward lists the best plants for attracting beneficial insects to your garden, while Dennis Crawford examines the assassin bug.
  • Simon Webster takes a look at the wide range of gardening and sustainable living courses on offer, from one-day workshops to degrees.
  • How to turn simple ricotta into a mouth-watering masterpiece.
  • Jessamy Miller lists the most common feather plucking causes and remedies.

For promotional copies and interviews, please contact:
Marija Beram
Publishing Editor
ABC Magazines
Ph: 02 8333 4970
beram.marija@abc.net.au

ABC Organic Gardener Magazine January/February 2016

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