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Nothing can ruin a good day in the garden like a plant overrun with pests. How you deal with the problem depends on what has invaded your yard. Here are common garden pest control methods for a wide range of insects.
  1. Aphids
    Aphids are amongst the most destructive insect pests on cultivated plants in temperate regions and are known to cluster on the young shoots and flower buds or underneath the older leaves of plants.
  2. Hibiscus Beetle
    Hibiscus beetles are small bugs that carry a big threat. They do not discriminate on what types of plants to feed on. In fact, they are classified as a pest to hundreds of different species and are one of the major players in causing monumental damage to crops each year.
  3. Ants
    Ants are an important component of the garden ecosystem. Ants are cleaners: they eat and help decompose organic matter in the soil, enriching the soil. Ants also eat pest insects such as fleas, fly larvae, and termites. Ants tunneling in the soil improve soil aeration which is helpful to plant roots.
  4. Snails & Slugs
    One of the most aggressive garden pests around – snails and slugs always return no matter what preventative actions you take. These pests attack a broad range of plants, leaving irregular-shaped holes and tend to be more active at night but do come out to feed during cooler, wetter conditions.
  5. Curl Grubs
    Lawn grubs live in the soil eating grass roots and leaving your yard brown and unattractive. Not only can these pests damage the lawn, but their presence also invites unwelcome wildlife that feed on lawn grubs – digging up patches of grass in search for them.
  6. Whiteflies
    In terms of garden pests, whiteflies can be one of the most bothersome pests a gardener can have. Whether they are on ornamentals or vegetables, whiteflies can be tricky to control, but not impossible. Let’s take a look at the answer to “How do I get rid of whiteflies?”
  7. Two Spotted Mites
    The two spotted mite is the most common of all plant mite pests. It is easy to identify because of the 2 spots on its back. These spots can be seen with a magnifying glass and can vary in colour from green to red to purple. Populations thrive in hot, dry weather, so under these conditions, watch your plants closely as these mites can creep up on you.
  8. Thrips
    Watch out gardeners! The thrip is downright destructive, attacking the flowers, fruit and foliage of all kinds of plants, from ornamentals to edibles, stunting their growth and leaving them less then desirable to look at.
  9. Scale Insects
    Scale insects vary dramatically in appearance; some are very small organisms
  10. Rust
    Roses and rust can be a frustrating combination for rose gardeners because this fungus can not only ruin the look of roses, but if left untreated, rust spots on roses will eventually kill your plants. Let’s learn more how to identify and treat rose rust.

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