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Growing fruit trees has its own set of unique challenges. Leafrollers are a family of insects that attack the leaves of fruit trees like apples, pears, and peaches. They also …
Many things can cause tomato leaf curl. We’ll explain what you need to know to keep your tomatoes healthy and productive!
The spruce budworm is the most common pest of conifer tree species. Learn about these annoying larvae and how to manage them!
The codling moth does lots of damage in commercial orchards every year. We discuss how to handle codling moth infestations!
Having earwig problems? We discuss how to get rid of earwigs, and for that matter if they’re really as bad as they’re made out to be!
Root rot can lay waste to your plants. In this disease guide, we explain what it is, what it’s caused by, and how to prevent or treat it.
Septoria leaf spot is one of the most common garden diseases. Here’s how to identify and treat this fungal infection!
Roly poly, doodle bugs, or pill bugs… whatever you call them, these are popular little garden dwellers. Children play with them, fascinated by their ability to roll up into a …
Are your plant’s leaves starting to look like they have white or brown squiggles all over them? If so, leaf miner larvae may be hard at work. These tiny larvae …
I talk a lot about the root knot nematode in some of the pieces I do, and that’s because this microscopic parasite can do a lot of damage to your …
Alternaria leaf spot or other alternaria diseases don’t spell immediate doom for your plants. Find out how to treat it in our disease guide!
Have you ever been out working in your garden and suddenly discover you have a tiny bee sitting happily on your arm? These little creatures are sweat bees, and it …