Original article is here Garden Plants If you are looking for mosquito repellent plants to keep those blood-sucking little insects out of your house, then you have come to the right article. Mosquitos are not only a small annoyance but also a significant cause of spreading viruses and diseases. This is more so when you are doing hiking…
Because of changes in climate, insects such as wasps are multiplying rapidly, which makes the need to get rid of wasps a more common occurrence.. We will delve into the topic of wasps and how to live with them, deal with them, and/or how to get rid of wasps naturally.
Home gardeners have long used homemade insecticidal soap for insect control.
Insects are all at once the friend and the foe of the gardener. Beneficial bugs help with pollination and can help to keep the population of other insect species under control.
One of the downsides of enjoying the outdoors is dealing with mosquitoes. There are some easy-to-grow plants with mosquito repelling properties, which is a nice option before reaching for a chemical solution.
The Cucumber beetle is a common pests throughout most of southern Canada east of the Rocky Mountains. Cucumber beetles spread plant disease and lay waste to a wide variety of cucurbit crops in both home gardens and commercial farms. In this article, we will examine the attributes of the cucumber beetle and share advice on keeping them under control in your farm or garden. Read on to learn more.
Taxus weevil is a very serious pest both landscape plantings and in nursery and greenhouse settings. Hailing from Europe, this pest was first seen in the United States in the early 1900s.Today it is one of the most widely distributed and destructive pests.
The blister beetle – there are more than 2500 different species and types of blister beetles (scientific name Meloidae) worldwide, so no matter where you live you are sure to encounter them at some point.
It can be hard to keep insect pests under control without harming beneficial garden insects. Spinosad insect spray is a great option for organic gardeners to consider.
Don’t you hate them!
Aphids, those pesky, troublesome pests we find on plants in the landscape and on houseplants go by other names as well: Plant Lice, Plant Louse, Greenflies, Blackflies, Syrphid Fly Larvae, Hoverfly Larvae, Whiteflies – different than true whiteflies.
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