Preparation and prevention will help keep your garden from being a smorgasbord for unwanted visitors!
Insect pests and destructive wildlife can demolish a garden in no time. Find out how to use integrated pest management, natural controls and clever barriers to protect your plants!
Mice in your compost bin can be a problem year-round, but especially in the winter.
Cleaning out garden debris also takes out harmful insect eggs and larvae for next season.
Natural solutions for stopping pests without harmful pesticides.
One of the most destructive pests in the home garden, aphids are also one of the most fascinating. Understand them to stop them.
How to identify and control the brown marmorated stink bug.
A crow, a row of seedlings, and repeated frustration spotlight the adaptability and ingenuity of gardeners.
Companion planting, interplanting, and healthy soil tricks that keep pests away from your vegetables.
Using a dibble, deception from a GMO front group, and $50 billion worth of pest control done by flying mammals.
For years, this go-to book has shown gardeners how to cut out the harmful chemicals.
Bats feed on pests from cucumber beetles to termites. Put them to work for you.
Organic tomato pest control means watching out for a fat green worm -- with a horn!
How to control garden pests with safe, effective organic sprays.