Diseases, invasives, pests
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THAT YELLOW PATCH ON YOUR LAWN COULD MEAN CHAFER GRUBS!

Unexpected yellow patches on garden lawns, magpies, crows and other corvids regularly pecking at the same spot and the grass being rotovated at night is an ...

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BASF GEARS UP TO DEFEAT SLUG-MAGEDDON WITH AN ARMY OF MICROSCOPIC WORMS

Following a poll on Twitter*, in which 40% of people had seen more slugs in their gardens, and a particularly soggy weather forecast for most of the United ...

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How to get rid of leatherjackets

Most people are not aware of how to get rid of leatherjackets or even realise how they can affect their lawn. A Daddy Longlegs in full flight is annoying ...

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HOT WEATHER MEANS EVEN MORE ANTS IN THE GARDEN

Ants love the hot summer weather as much as we do.  Unfortunately, they can stop us from enjoying our gardens. “You need to take action now before they ...

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PEST CONTROL IN THE GREENHOUSE IS VITAL IN THE SUMMER

The greenhouse at this time of year is at its most productive – and most vulnerable from pest attack. As the tomato plants ripen and aubergines and peppers ...

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NEW VIDEO SHOWS THAT SLUGS SCOFF AT TRADITIONAL DETERRENTS

Finally, it’s official.  After decades of sprinkling crushed eggshells around our precious plants, encircling them with copper wire or peppering flower beds ...

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A one product solution to pest control in the fruit and vegetable garden

A simple to use and naturally occurring pest control that protects most fruit and vegetables with monthly applications between April and October is available ...

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Nematodes from Nemaslug review

That sinking feeling when you slide open your greenhouse door ready to be amazed by how much your young plants have grown, only to find they've all been eaten! ...

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AVOID EVIL WEEVILS THIS SEASON

As the weather begins to warm up, green shoots start to appear all over the garden - however biological pest control specialist Green Gardener ...

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A one product solution to pest control in the fruit and vegetable garden

A simple to use and naturally occurring pest control that protects most fruit and vegetables with monthly applications between April and October is available ...

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Ten big (and surprising) facts about tiny nematodes, the invisible workforce in our gardens

The UK’s leading supplier of biological pest controls for domestic gardeners reports this Spring that nematodes now account for a quarter of all slug control ...

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SLUGGING IT OUT

Gardeners across the UK should prepare themselves for an onslaught of slugs following the warm and wet weather of the past few months, according to experts at ...

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