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different methods for getting rid of them. Bother it didn't work. I'll have to send it separately (if it works). http://landscaping.about.com/cs/pests/a/vole_control.htm My garden is undermined with the burrows of short tailed voles. Some of the grass
and there were numerous opportunities to talk garden design. I had a great time chatting about pests and pathogens in the potting shed. It was amazing just how many people were happy to queue in the hot sun to talk about their problems (it got so hot that we
A means by which a selected natural mechanism (eg, parasitism, predation, disease) is used to control pests. Has the advantage of minimising the legal, health and environmental hazards associated with chemical control.
brought it in the leaves grew back. There are 3 branches, 2 are fine with healthy leaves, but the 3rd branch obviously has some kind of pest problem. The leaves are grey areound the edges and slightly mottled, eventually they curl up and drop off. I
. Pear midge seems to be little known but is a bad pest in this area of Norfolk and was also bad in Northampton when I lived there. This sounds like a great idea Adam. If I grew apples or plums I would definitely try it. However I discovered the down side
perfect hexagon shape. each ball is smaller than a pin head, the whole hexagon is smaller than a 5p coin. it's rather stunning to find it but i am concerned that it may be an unwelcome pest. anyone know what this is? many thanks Some sort of butterfly
HELP..... Something is eating my soft plants .It looks like thin tread or dental frost. And about an inch long.We think we got it in from horse compost .Also this winter we bought a load of cow compost and its full of these worms.Dont know how to get rid of it.Can anyone tell me ...
I found some small white eggs on a young lupin and beside them were some little bugs that appeared to be reddish-brown with some markings on them. Has anyone got any ideas at all? Thanks Small bugs may from the description be ladybird larvae-can you post a photo?- it would help H...
hi, i treated my pot plants for vineweevil just over a week ago, but found new evidence of leaves being eaten at the edges today. i've seen the grubs in many of the pots, have repotted etc etc. i think i've used the correct amount of provado for each pot, but wonder if i should r...
Dear all, I'm a novice gardnener. Just got my first garden about a year ago. I've managed to rescue it from being a rubbish tip but am now having trouble with various pests - mostly slugs and snails devouring the lupins and delphiniums. However