Aphid Control in the Market Garden – Vlog

Jez Taylor, head of the diverse market garden at Daylesford Organics talks to us about managing the greenfly on the roses they supply to the florists. Ready to apply soapy water, he notices signs of natural predation taking place, showing us some ladbybird larvae. He has some interesting observations in relation to water stress…

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