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One of the most potent organic insecticides out there, spinosad spray, comes from soil bacteria. But how should you use it? We explain!
Any pet owner knows to keep the foxtail weed population down to protect their animals or livestock. We discuss control methods for this weed.
Corn smut is a fungal disease of corn. At the same time, it’s considered a delicacy in Mexican cuisine. We discuss this edible plant disease!
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!
Clubroot strikes out against cruciferous plants, reducing their ability to absorb water from the soil. We explore preventative measures.
Blossom end rot is a major issue for most tomato growers, but it can impact other veggies as well. We discuss what it is and how to stop it!
While they’re common in gardens, many don’t know much about snails. Is a snail an insect pest or something else? We explore this topic!
The raspberry fruitworm is a pest of raspberries, loganberries, wild blackberries, boysenberries, & more. We discuss prevention and control!
The darkling beetle is often recognized as an agricultural pest, but not in the field. We discuss them in detail and help you manage them.
The harlequin bug is a huge fan of your brassica plants and can lay waste to a brassica garden. We explain how to keep them at bay!