Spring Garden Tips
Pests, Disease and Weed Management


Cedar Apple, Quince, or Hawthorn Rust

Don't panic if your red cedar, a type of juniper, looks like it has been slimed. The gelatinous orange substance is the fruiting stage of cedar–apple rust.

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Nature's Pest Manager, the Soldier Beetle

Stop, don't smash that insect. Take a closer look, it may be one of the beneficial insects helping keep garden pests under control.

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House Centipedes, Nature's Pest Controller

Think twice before smashing that centipede you find scurrying across the basement floor. It's helping keep the bad bugs under control.

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Crazy Worms Amynthas Invading Woodlands and Gardens

Crazy worms are invading woodlands, gardens and golf courses. They've been in the southeast United States for years, but are now spreading to other areas of the country.

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Preventative Pest Control on Trees and Shrubs

Walk off the stress and calories of winter with a bit of preventative plant care.

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Prevent Iris Borer

Act now to prevent iris borer from infesting your iris plants and ruining their beautiful floral display.

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Multi-Colored Asian Lady Beetles Move Indoors

As seasons change many insects are looking for a sheltered space to spend the winter. This includes the multi-colored Asian Lady beetles that can become a nuisance when moving into and congregating in your home for the winter.

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Boxelder Bugs Congregating on the House

Fall has different meaning for each of us; back to school, warm fires, fall color. But anyone with a boxelder tree in their neighborhood may be thinking about the boxelder bug invasion.

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