Having a garden can be a very fulfilling hobby…until you spot holes in your leaves. Know exactly what is eating your plants and save your garden with this handy guide.
Spring is approaching and it’s almost time to start planting out in the garden again. Nevertheless, taking your dear seedlings out in the open comes with its fair share of dangers. Not only do you need to be careful and wait until the last frost has passed, but you’re also letting the wilderness do as it pleases with your plants.
Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or have just dipped your toes in the gardening waters, it can be devastating seeing your beloved plants get decimated by an unknown plague. Of course, one has to let nature follow its course and everything needs to eat, but you've worked so hard to give you plant babies everything they need and finally picked out just the right spot for them. Your tomato plants deserved a chance!
The good news is there are several options to control garden pests, especially if you catch the problem early on. Before you start treating your plants, it’s best to know exactly what you’re dealing with in order to apply the right control mechanism. Our world is already lacking enough biodiversity and your small garden shouldn’t contribute to the problem!
Read on to know exactly what is going on with your plants.