A couple of months ago I was despairing of any winter crops as the citrus fruit piercing moth and white cabbage moth were wreaking havoc.
I decided that netting was the answer to both problems and you can read about it here.
My efforts appear to be paying off.
The first of the broccoli is almost ready to pick.
Cabbages are growing nicely.
There are no tell-tale holes in the leaves.
Kale seedlings are making slow progress.
More seedlings for the next crop of bok choy. They are ready to be thinned and transplanted.
The bok choy and kale are much less susceptible to the cabbage moth but I will still cover them this time to see if I can get some perfect specimens.
There are no photos of my cauliflowers yet as although the plants are doing well they have not set heads. I am still hoping though.
Finally, the other winter success which is not a member of the brassica family is celery. We are enjoying full-flavoured celery soup from this crop.
I am very pleased with the success of netting these beds.
Your netting has certainly paid off. Well done.
All your plants are thriving and lovely broccoli and cabbage.
Do you plant all your seeds straight into the ground Yvonne?