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What are mosaic viruses? This virus infects more than 150 types of plants, including many fruits, vegetables, and flowers. It is characterized by leaves mottled with yellow, white, and light and dark green spots or streaks. Some of the most commonly infected plants include...

What is powdery mildew? This fungus disease affects a wide variety of plants, including lilacs, phlox, roses, squash, beans, and peas. It takes away a plant's nutrients, which causes the plant to bloom less and become weaker. In some cases, if the infection is severe enough,...

What is white mold? White mold is a fungal disease that affects a variety of plants, such as beans, peas, lettuce, and members of the cabbage family.

Woodchucks, also known as groundhogs, can be devastating to a garden and there are few remedies that work. 

Squirrels can cause many problems in your garden. Here are tips how to identify and control squirrels.

Skunks are nocturnal animals that are naturally mild-mannered and non-aggressive; they prefer small animals and insects for dinner instead of your garden.

Raccoons in the garden? Here are tips on how to combat these masked bandits!

Don't let their cute faces fool you; rabbits can do a lot of damage to your garden when your back is turned. It only takes a couple to completely decimate a vegetable garden or flower bed.

Moles are ground–dwelling carnivores that prefer to eat insects instead of your garden plants. However, their underground tunnels can ruin your garden and lawn and make an easy access to your plants for other rodents.

While deer may appear to be harmless, they are quite a nuisance in the garden. 


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