Red spider mites are one of many members of the spider mite family, Tetranychidae. Spider mites are a type of very common pest throughout North America and can wreak havoc on all types of … [Read more...] about Red Spider Mites: How To Deal With Them And Protect Your Plants
Rabbits are cute, fluffy creatures until they invade your garden and start eating your plants. This is when these tiny critters become annoying pests which have the potential to cause extensive … [Read more...] about How To Keep Rabbits Out Of Your Garden [GUIDE]
Garden Slugs, are one of those difficult pests in the garden. They attack: Cabbage Carrots Turnip Lettuce Tomatoes Strawberries … and many other vegetables and … [Read more...] about Slowing Down Garden Slugs With A Homemade Slug Repellent [RECIPE]
Milky spore disease is a sickness only affecting Japanese beetle larvae but this is a very good thing if you have problems with a Japanese beetle infestation. More on --> How To Kill Japanese … [Read more...] about Milky Spore: How To Use It For Japanese Beetle Control [GUIDE]
Thrips are extremely small garden pests, but they can do a great deal of damage. These tiny, slim insects belong to the group known as hemimetabolous which may feed upon plants and/or other … [Read more...] about How To Control Thrips On Roses In The Garden
Phlox is especially subject to powdery mildew problems. This fungal infection is attributed to several different genera of fungus. No matter which type attacks your phlox, the result is a … [Read more...] about Powdery Mildew On Phlox: How To Control Phlox With Mildew
Caused by Phytophthora infestans, a type of fungus, Late blight is also known as Potato blight. It is one of the major culprits behind some of the worst potato famines in the past, including the … [Read more...] about How To Prevent And Treat Late Blight
The soil-borne fungus known as Rhizoctonia fungus disease is abundant in outdoor soil in every setting from home gardens to commercial agricultural enterprises. This fungal infection produces … [Read more...] about What Is Rhizoctonia Fungus and What To Do About It?
Oleander Aphids, (Aphis nerii Boyer de Fonscolombe), sometimes called the milkweed aphid, are tiny, bright yellow or orange insects with black legs, cornicles, antennae, and abdomen. Adults can be … [Read more...] about Oleander Aphids: What Are They and How To Get Rid Of Them?
Here's the deal with mealybugs on Succulent... Even succulent house plants often have problems with mealybugs, a type of scale insect which sucks the juices from plants and causes stunting, … [Read more...] about How To Get Rid of Mealybugs On Succulents [GUIDE]
The Tarnished Plant Bug (Lygus lineolaris) is a member of a very large and diverse insect family of bad garden bugs which feed on plant parts including flowers and buds. They are abundant … [Read more...] about Tarnished Plant Bug: What Are They and What To Do About Them?
In the late springtime you may notice large numbers of brown and iridescent green beetles around your lawn and garden. These are June bugs, also known as June beetles or June bug beetle. The … [Read more...] about How To Get Rid Of June Bugs Beetles and Grubs [GUIDE]
Early Blight is a fungus in the Pleosporales family. It occurs in plants throughout the United States and characterized by browning on the leaves that escalates to shriveling and dying of the … [Read more...] about Early Blight – Identification, Prevention, and Treatment
Blossom End Rot (BER) is a common physiological plant disorder. You have probably noticed blossom end rot of tomato fruit or other fruits and vegetables with the bottom turning black. If you … [Read more...] about Blossom End Rot: Learn Identification, Prevention and Treatment
Tomato worms or tomato hornworm Manduca quinquemaculata is a very common caterpillar in North America. This tomato caterpillar eats a wide variety of popular veggie host plants including members of … [Read more...] about Tomato Worms: 10 WAYS To Get Rid Of Large Hornworm Caterpillars
The soldier beetle is very common in the garden and sometimes incidentally invade your home. These abundant beetles are sometimes called leather wings because of their soft clothlike wing … [Read more...] about Soldier Beetle: Important Predators – Good or Bad?
Tomato Leaf Curl Virus also known as leaf roll affects more than just tomato plants but a whole host of plants. This virus plant disease can be quite deadly for plants and halt the production of … [Read more...] about Tomato Leaf Curl: Virus, Causes & Remedies For Tomato Leaves Curling
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. When there are few (or no) freezes through the … [Read more...] about How To Get Rid Of Wasps Naturally: 10 Ways For Control [Details]
Botrytis blight is one of a variety of fungal plant diseases that attack many different kinds of plants. From African violets to garden veggies. This fungus has a negative impact on all … [Read more...] about Botrytis Blight: What Is It? How To Control Fungal Disease On Plants?
The Harlequin bug is a remarkably flashy and regrettably good-looking 'bad garden bug' insect that can do a great deal of harm to their favorite host plants your cruciferous veggies. This little … [Read more...] about Harlequin Bug Control: How To Get Rid Of Murgantia Histrionica
Anthracnose disease is a plant disease that affects a number of shade trees and shrubs, even ornamental plants during the growing season. Belonging to the kingdom of fungi, Anthracnose disease is … [Read more...] about Anthracnose Disease: What Is It, [HOW TO] Prevention and Treatment
Have you ever asked yourself "How To Get Rid of Slugs in Your Garden"? When planting a garden, slug menace and snails seem to show up in many gardens. Small in size compared to other "garden … [Read more...] about How To Get Rid Of Slugs In Your Garden – 9 All NATURAL Ways
White oil is an all natural pest-fighting concoction and popular insecticide spray in Australia. It is a simple recipe used to control a wide range of insect pests made up of: One part dish … [Read more...] about White Oil Insecticide: What Is THIS Homemade Organic Pesticide?
In Latin, Phytophthora means plant destroyer. There are many different types of Phytophthora disease species. Each phytophthora species specializes in destroying specific types of plants. Some … [Read more...] about Phytophthora Disease: What Is It and What Can You Do To Control It?
Plasmopara viticola, also known as downy mildew, is a problem for many different types of plants. Many gardeners think of downy mildew as a fungal infection plant disease, but it is a highly … [Read more...] about Downy Mildew: Symptoms, Treatment and Controlling Mildew Disease
At present, there are over 200 species of root mealybugs across the United States. But, What Are Root Mealybugs? Root mealy bugs (Rhizoecus spp.) are small, wingless insects around … [Read more...] about Root Mealybugs: Learn About Mealybugs in Soil Preventing and Treatment
Woolly aphids are one of over 4000 different types of aphids which may plague your garden. These aphids differ mostly in appearance from others. Like all aphids, these insect pests are tiny, … [Read more...] about Woolly Aphids Control: Getting Rid Of Wooly Aphids
Alternaria leaf spot sometimes referred to as early blight is a condition that can affect a wide variety of plants in the garden. Various fungal pathogen species cause Alternaria. Different … [Read more...] about Alternaria Leaf Spot: What Is It and How To Control Alternaria
There are approximately 2000 different species of Tiger Beetles, all belonging to the order, Coleoptera. You will find the Tiger Beetle all around the world, and about 100 different species in … [Read more...] about Tiger Beetle: High-Speed Natural Bug Killers For The Garden
Succulent pest control catches many by surprise. Generally speaking, cactus and the many types of succulent plants experience few pest problems and are very trouble-free houseplants. For the … [Read more...] about Succulent Pest Control: Controlling Mealybugs, Aphids, Scale Insects