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A horticultural oil spray may be all you need to handle your pest issues, and maybe some diseases too. We explain horticultural spray oils!
Beneficial nematodes are microscopic roundworms that seek out and destroy many different plant pests. We explain how they work!
A good sulfur fungicide can be used for everything from spider mites to treating powdery mildew. We discuss how it works in the garden!
There are many methods that people use for pest control, but how to use diatomaceous earth varies depending on situation. We explain it all!
Chinch bugs are small insects that can cause lawn die-off. Signs of chinch bug damage should be a call to action. Learn about them here!
Pyrethroids such as pyrethrin spray are derived from flowers and are considered organic pesticides. We discuss their use in detail!
All gardeners see them, but what are the difference between them? We’re exploring the differences between snail vs slug and explaining both!
The carrot fly goes after carrot plants and their near-relatives like parsnips or celery, and can destroy a harvest. We cover control tips!
One of the most potent organic insecticides out there, spinosad spray, comes from soil bacteria. But how should you use it? We explain!
Milky spore powder or granules have long been used for Japanese beetle grub prevention. But is this method effective? We discuss milky spore!
The tarnished plant bug, sometimes called lygus bug, can take a devastating toll on fruit and vegetable plants. We explore control methods!
Both BT spray and powder are commonly-used organic pesticides. But what exactly is BT? We provide insight on these useful soil bacteria!