Adam uses a light trap called a Vortex, which attracts the flying moths at night.

ADAM Jones has been slowly developing his small horticulture farm at Theebine, Queensland, over the five years since he purchased the property. Always a passionate gardener, he previously worked with alternative energy, especially in high-rise and resorts.
Adam says that seasonal growing is important. In summer, sweet potato and eggplant are major crops, as well as Asian greens in autumn.
In autumn, a much wider range of vegetables …

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