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Slug Eggs in Soil – A Problem or a Blessing?

Many different organisms lay their eggs in well-aerated soil. While some of these organisms may actually be beneficial to your vegetable crop and pose no reason for concern, on the other hand, certain pests can be detrimental to your garden. Slugs and snails are two creatures that commonly lay their eggs in vegetable gardens, which …

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Mealybugs in Soil – 7 Surefire Ways of Ridding Them

It can be difficult to kill mealybugs that are infesting one of your plants. Mealybugs can be difficult to detect, so an infestation may be very advanced before you even realize what’s happening. Unfortunately, I’ve learned from experience that it can be difficult to get rid of mealybugs without killing the plant. However, I’ve used …

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3 Proven Methods On How To Prevent Slugs On Hostas

People mainly plant hostas because of their foliage which strengthens your planting scheme. They are easy to grow and resilient. However, they also attract several pests, which nibble holes in the foliage and strip the leaves. Some of the pests that eat hostas include snails, slugs, deer, rabbits, and field mice. Snail and slugs love …

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