When the growing season is in full swing and the garden is full of beautiful plants and delicious fruit and vegetables, slugs and snails can be a problem. They cause damage in your garden by eating holes in leaves, stems, flowers, tubers and bulbs.
Ants are fantastic at nest building and love the heat, so summer is their favourite time of year.
Whatever you grow in your garden, you’re sure to have come across aphids.
Most birds are welcome visitors and we should actively welcome them into our gardens, as they are excellent at eating bugs that cause devastation to plants.
If you have had Carrot Fly (Psila Rosae) in the past, you’ll know that this little pest can completely ruin a whole crop.
Whitefly are a common pest, but those that affect outdoor crops such as cabbages, rhododendrons and even viburnum are not the same species as those annoying clouds of insects that waft around the greenhouse.
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