Every garden gets them -- pests. It can be insects, a disease, or a four-legged version. If you want to treat the problem successfully, you have to identify it first. These websites are loaded with photos, drawings and descriptions.
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These resources will help you identify diseases they may attack plants in your landscapes and gardens. Learn what to do to prevent diseases and how to handle them if they occur.
Insects probably account for most plant problems. You can't address the problem if you don't know what is causing it. These resources will help you identify insect pests and select solutions.
Some of us will never have to deal with vertebrate plant pests, but if your landscape regularly entertains deer, rabbits or other such critters, these resources will help you identify and deal with them.
WEEDS AND INVASIVE SPECIES
Weeds are a major plant pest, crowding desirables and stealing their water and nutrients. They are a pest in your landscape and gardens. Did you know that some plants you believe desirable can escape from your garden and become nuisance plants (or worse) in meadows, woods, and wetlands? These resources will help you identify weeds in your yard, and help you avoid plants that can become invasive elsewhere.