To raise tasty rhubarb, growers must grow a quality crop, keeping it free of diseases, weeds and insects such as the rhubarb curculio, stem borer and others.
Specific pests feed on leaves or stems of celery, leaving growers to wonder about their crop’s yield and quality.
Keeping kale dark and green in the field and maintaining vitamins and minerals in the plant mean growers must control insects that feed or suck on this leafy vegetable. One such pest includes the whitefly.
Three insects that like to feed on this vegetable are the corn rootworm, cutworm and European corn borer. Let’s look more closely at them here.
A management plan for controlling pests like blueberry maggot and cranberry fruitworm is necessary.
Soft aphids can multiply into an overwhelming aphid population if not controlled.
Here’s how to drive away those pesky squash bugs and squash vine borers
Get familiar with armyworms, corn borers and maggots
While climate change is not the sole cause of stress to honey bees, the links to climate change are clear
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