Take back the lawn from pesky insects this summer. There are a variety of ways to win the war on bugs.
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Capture the sun’s heat to eradicate pests, weeds and diseases present in the soil now, waiting to attack vegetables later.
Now is the time to treat your garden for pests, including aphids, slugs and Japanese beetles. Many treatments are organic and keep your landscape safe for children and pets.
You work too hard on your garden to see it killed by destructive pests like slugs, aphids and Japanese beetles. The first step in
The signs are clear: damaged leaves, deformed or missing fruit. Let’s troubleshoot some common garden pests.
All kinds of creepy crawlies thrive in hot, humid climates. Learn how to recognize the major pests that feed on citrus trees and take action to control them.
Learn how to safely and properly apply insecticides to keep your lawn pest-free.
Grubs are a serious pest and can kill your lawn. Smart homeowners use proactive methods to control grubs as part of their spring lawn care chores.
Attract good bugs to your garden to help pollinate plants and keep away the bad bugs.
When your plants become snacks for creepy-crawlies and other pests, don’t reach immediately for harsh chemicals. There are plenty of organic options that will keep you and your garden safe.
To keep your garden safe, identify garden pests then treat the problems they cause. Spot check your garden a few times a week.
Here are four ways to keep unwanted pests out of your garden.