Insect Control

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Protecting Your Marigolds from Pests

Marigolds are a very easy to grow annual that can grow quite tall depending on the variety. There are

How to Grow Wormwood in 5 Quick Steps

Wormwood is a plant known for its ability to keep ants, mice, moths and flies away, due to its distinctive,

Protecting Dill from Pests and Insects

Dill is one of those aromatic herbs that will always attract insects and other pests. For this reason

Eliminating Stink Bugs Organically with Food

Flat, shield-shaped stink bugs have become a common pest in gardens throughout North America. They will

Ridding Aphids in Organic Cultivations with Tobacco

Aphids are a particularly unwelcome guest in gardens. You can find chemicals that can get rid of aphid

Aphids: 9 Natural Tips For Removal

Aphids breed like crazy. One aphid can produce over 70 offspring within a week. They can destroy a plant

How to Eliminate Boxelder Bugs

While they are not dangerous to people, an infestation of boxelder bugs can be irritating. Once you have

Mealybug Prevention Made Easy

The mealybug is a garden insect pest that eats the juices and nutrients out of your plants. Mealybugs

How to Eliminate Grub Worms

If you want to keep your lawn looking nice and healthy, you may need to deal with annoying grub worms.

How to Protect Your Cabbage Patch from Cabbage Worms

Cabbage worms are caterpillars. They eat the leaves of a group of plants called brassicas, which includes

Recognizing the Signs of a Fungus Gnat Infestation

A fungus gnat can cause a lot of damage to plants by spreading plant disease. They lay hundreds of eggs

Treating Flowers for Aphids: 8 Tips

Those that love to garden are often disheartened when they discover that aphids have invaded. These pests

Exterminate Pests and Revive Your Mountain Laurels

Mountain Laurels are elegant shrubs with leathery leaves and unusual flowers. However, these shrubs tend

How to Get Rid of Whiteflies Quickly

Whiteflies can prove to be a huge problem in the garden if you have an infestation of them. Their appearance,