Outdoors
OUTDOORS For the Capital City Weekly Plant a garden and the bugs and slugs will find it. Arriving on foot, on the wing or perhaps slithering in on a self-generated film of slime, they will not miss the opportunity. The uninvited visitors will likely appreciate your vegetation whether they aim to chew holes in it, suck its juicy sap or preferably, devour the creatures that chew holes and suck sap.

Green Thumb: IDing pests part of management

Spittlebugs caused stalks and leaves on this celery plant to curl and turn a darker green.
Photo By Carla Petersen
Spittlebugs caused stalks and leaves on this celery plant to curl and turn a darker green.
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