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Delicious, Fried....Tomato Hornworms at www.GrowOrganic.com (JK!)

Delicious, Fried....Tomato Hornworms at www.GrowOrganic.com (JK!)

Hummingbird Food: "The hummingbirds come to my feeder much more frequently with this recipe than they did when I used a store bought mix. I was afraid 'my birds' wouldn't find the clear food. Not to worry - they love it!" -Julie F.

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Hummingbird Food: "The hummingbirds come to my feeder much more frequently with this recipe than they did when I used a store bought mix. I was afraid 'my birds' wouldn't find the clear food. Not to worry - they love it!" -Julie F.

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Milkweed.  This not-weed plant is a sight to behold in the garden, has a delicious vanilla scent and is a magnet for butterflies

Milkweed. This not-weed plant is a sight to behold in the garden, has a delicious vanilla scent and is a magnet for butterflies

Why You Shouldn't Buy Ladybugs for Natural Pest Control in your Garden

Why You Shouldn't Buy Ladybugs for Natural Pest Control in your Garden

Got ladybugs? Encourage native ladybugs in your garden instead of buying wild-harvested ladybugs to manage pests.

Cecropia Moth... Hyalophora cecropia... Photo © copyright by Patrick Zephyr.

Cecropia Moth... Hyalophora cecropia... Photo © copyright by Patrick Zephyr.

Adult spittlebug sucking on plant juices. Heavy infestations distort plant tissue and slow plant growth. The obvious white foam on cones, foliage, or stems may be annoying, but the spittlebugs do not seriously harm established woody plants. They can be tolerated; they do not usually cause significant damage. Handpick or wash off with water in the spring, before the insects mature and can spread. | IPM.UCDavis.edu

Adult spittlebug sucking on plant juices. Heavy infestations distort plant tissue and slow plant growth. The obvious white foam on cones, foliage, or stems may be annoying, but the spittlebugs do not seriously harm established woody plants. They can be tolerated; they do not usually cause significant damage. Handpick or wash off with water in the spring, before the insects mature and can spread. | IPM.UCDavis.edu

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