As temperatures drop, furry little creatures outdoors look for warm shelter to spend the winter. If you don't take appropriate measures, mice and rats may start shacking up in your garden shed or burrowing in your vegetable garden.Read Full Story
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When it comes to garden pests, the work up front to prevent them is a lot easier than trying to get rid of them once they arrive. Fall is the perfect time to take some preventative measures to reduce pests in your spring garden.Read Full Story
Cutworms are a troublesome garden pest, knocking down young plants as soon as they begin to stand on their own. Cutworm damage is some of the cruelest you'll see in the garden, although it's hard to determine whether the damage is crueler to the unsuspecting plant or the hard-working gardener.Read Full Story
Birds can be their own form of pest control, eating bugs from the garden while plants grow, but once fruit begins to ripen, birds can become a pest in their own right. After waiting all season to find your first tomatoes pecked by birds can be disheartening and aggravating. But even if you're not a bird-lover, you don't want to kill them. Manage birds using organic controls.Read Full Story
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