A Guide to Common Summer Garden Pests

This photo guide to identifying common summer garden pests provides names and characteristics of the most common garden pests that invade your summer garden.
By the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Editors
July/August 1982
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The CABBAGE LOOPER moves in a "humping" fashion, like an inchworm. These larvae prey upon the cabbage family and are usually found on the undersides of the leaves.
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Learn how to identify the most common summer garden pests that invade your garden. 

A Guide to Common Summer Garden Pests

Although this spread appeared in MOTHER's Guide to (Almost!) Foolproof Gardening we figure that — with bug season here — we can all use a refresher course in knowing our enemy. (See the garden pest photos in the image gallery.)



















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