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What to grow in March 2019

Extreme weather events across the country lately have created conditions that encourage garden pests. If cabbage butterflies or cabbage moths are attacking your brassica plants, attach the plastic clips from packaged bread to the edges of some of the leaves … Continue reading

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What to grow in February 2019

If you have had problems with Stink Bugs, now is the time to search for their eggs under the lower leaves of citrus trees. Their eggs are larger than most insect eggs and are laid in rows. Remove the leaves … Continue reading

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Stink bugs – update

An environmentally-friendly way of getting rid of stink bugs is to use a stick to knock them into a container with some methylated spirits in the bottom of it, so that you don’t have to come in direct contact with … Continue reading

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Green vegetable bugs

Karen is new to organic gardening and is wants to know what to do about the green vegetable bugs that are attacking her tomatoes. The green vegetable bug is a sap-sucking pest. They use weeds as hosts and attack vegetable … Continue reading

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