Spittlebugs are usually just a minor nuisance in your garden. If you have a large infestation, the insects are not difficult to get rid of and you can even prevent them from re-infesting your yard.
Here's how to identify and deal with the caterpillars eating your tomato plants.
Leaf-footed bugs aren't harmful to you, but they can still damage your fruit or make it easier for other pests to do so. Learn about what they are, how to identify them, and how to get rid of them.
This tale has everything a good one should. Love, murder, mystery, sex, intrigue, lessons learned, fighting, gardening and happy endings. Check it out to learn more about organic gardening and slugs.
Apple scab disease is the most prevalent disease in the world for apple trees. Learn to recognize the signs, manage the infection and always strive to prevent this awful disease from infecting your apple crop. This article will show you how to do just that.
White flies will seriously damage a plant and cold weather solves the problem. Several organic controls are listed.
The gopher in Caddyshack was funny, the mole tunnels in my garden aren't. How much do you know about moles and molehills? What about getting rid of moles? You might find this hub detrimental to your mole's health.
Squashing "nasty bugs" just comes naturally to most of us. But it isn't always the right thing to do. Lots of less-than-lovely-to-look-at insects are actually beneficial predators.
Secrets of killing roaches the natural, organic, safe way.
Tips from deer expert Scott Hygnstrom of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources, Hobby Farms magazine & yours truly for deterring & repelling deer in suburbia--without a gun.