Low-Maintenance Pest Control in the Garden

Use low-maintenance pest control in the garden to keep insects out of your garden or crops. The low-maintenance methods help against aphids, cabbage worms, tomato horn worm, cabbage looper, European corn borer and earworms.



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A lush garden, properly fertilized, simply doesn't attract insects.
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Aphid.
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A relatively pest-free year in my garden (I was particularly proud of the corn at left).
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Cabbage worm.
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Tomato horn worm.
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When I harvest the cabbage heads they were actually fine.
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A lush garden, properly fertilized, simply doesn't attract insects.
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Cabbage looper.
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European corn borer.
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Corn worm damage.
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