Common Garden Pests: Planning, Maintaining,
and Reaping the Harvest of your
garden is one of life`s most precious rewards.
Garden Pests are, well, pests! That`s especially true
considering all the work you have to do to keep
the wide range of pests away from your prized
vegetation. There are hundreds of pests that
roam gardens throughout the country, chewing
up vegetables here and tearing up flowers there.
The goal of this website is to help you identify,
control, and if necessary, eliminate the garden
pests that can harm your garden. The most common
garden pests are listed along the left side navigation,
and a more comprehensive list of possible garden
pest problems is available.
While there are literally hundreds of diseases
and garden pests that may affect the plants
in your garden. A few are extremely important,
and can severely harm the life or output
of your garden vegetables, plants, trees and shrubs,
and flowers; some common garden pests are important
according to your specific garden; many
can be safely ignored as too insignificant
to merit attention. Water (like in a fountain) can attract pests, but can also keep plant materials healthy, which wards off pests. We placed two water wall fountains amongst our vines, and the water from these fountains has helped the vines thrive. Alternatively consider a Cast Stone Garden Fountain from Garden Fountains.com
We encourage the use of natural pest control
whenever possible for the control of garden pests. If it becomes necessary to
use chemicals, we have available a dictionary
to of pesticides to control common garden pests.
However, please consult a local professional about
the rules, regulations, and effectiveness of specific
products on garden pests in your area.
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