What's Wrong With My Plants

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If you see a problem, ask yourself these questions:

1. What type of plant is in trouble?
2. What part of the plant is affected?
3. What is the best way to handle the situation?

You are now on your way to using Integrated Pest Management in your garden!


What does IPM do for me?

IPM reduces pest problems in an environmentally friendly way.

How do I use IPM?

  • Diversify your plantings
  • Watch for early signs of pest damage
  • Tolerate light insect feeding

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