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A gardener only grows one crop a year of precious fruits, vegetables, plants and flowers and this new electronic technology (BugVibes™) provides continuous plant protection against pests that
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FREDERICK, Md., July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- American gardeners face frustrating problems with their edible or ornamental gardens. These problems are caused by many different pests. Here are MasterGardening.com's Top 10 garden pests and control tips: 1. Deer.
Geraniums may hold the key to controlling the devastating Japanese beetle, which feeds on nearly 300 plant species and costs the ornamental plant industry $450 million in damage each year, according to scientists with the Agricultural Research Service (ARS).
By Chris Kick Q: My trees are getting eaten up by Japanese beetles. What should I do? A: Japanese beetles have definitely made themselves known this past week. But do not put out beetle traps.
By TOWN AND COUNTRY GERALD MAHAN Interest continues to grow in ways of making agriculture more sustainable.
From Organic farming to the effects of Bt in soil, from how soil insects choose the plant roots they eat, to the impact of silk from both spiders and silkworms on protecting plants from pest damage, a series of presentations at the upcoming ESA-INTECOL Joint Meeting cover the ins and outs of soil ecology.
The Japanese Beetle (Popillia japonica) is a beetle about 0.6 inches (1.5 cm) long and 0.4 inches (1 cm) wide (smaller in Canada), with shiny copper-colored elytra and a shiny green top of the thorax and head. Although it is not very destructive in Japan, where it is controlled by natural enemies, in America it is a serious pest to rose bushes and other plants. It is a weak flyer and drops several centimeters when it hits a wall. Japanese Beetle traps therefore consist of a pair of crossed...
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