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Controlling major garden pests, such as horned worms and beetles, requires using some type of spray, whether it be an organic oil-type spray or an inorganic chemical spray. Choose the right kind of spray to control garden pests with advice from an experienced horticulturist in this free video on gardening.
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Maintaining a Garden : How to Control Major Garden Pests

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  • bluedubzeros
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    yo those are fungus gnates probly they lay eggs and the larvae feed off? the organic stuff in your soil and eventualy eat roots there are plenty of methods to get rid of them try letting the soil dry out so it kills the larvae then put a glass of wine in the room to kill the mature ones good luck

  • bradyscottboynton
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    i keep trying to plant vegatables in my apartment in north dakota and they start to grow about eight inches and then they stop growing or die. I see these little? black flies around my house sometimes and tried to kill them by turning down the heat to forty degrees one day but they are still around. Could these tiny flies kill my plants. How do I get rid of them is they are the problem? thanks

  • close202
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    Hello Stan,
    I have a question pertaining to the product sevin,the bugs worms ect..seem to have got a jump on me even after i applied the sevin granules my questions are is there a way to disolve sevin granules for my pump (preasure spayer?if I boil it does it loose its potentcy?can i put the sevin spray mixed with? water or soap or anything else because i cant seem to find a viable way to spray to thick solution through the spray nozzle that comes with the store bought bottle.

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