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HELP! “Something’s chewing on my bean plants!” PROBLEM SOLVED!
There's the answer on page 265 — flea beetles, which can be deadly to small plants. Since they thrive in drought, be sure to keep your garden well watered. Also, discover the homemade spray that helps repel these pests!
YUCK!“What’s that powder doing on my lilacs, roses, and squash?” PROBLEM SOLVED!
  A quick peek on page 322 reveals that you've got a powdery mildew problem, which can cause distorted growth on your favorite plants. The solution? Mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda in a quart of water and apply to help prevent and control the disease.
STOP! “Something’s mowing down my baby peas!” PROBLEM SOLVED!
  You may have guessed — the problem is cutworms! But did you know that a moist bran mixture including molasses and the secret ingredient revealed on page 263 will help prevent the problem? Check it out!
OH NO! “My begonias and geraniums are losing their color!” PROBLEM SOLVED!
  The problem is botrytis blight — a fungus that discolors flowers and then weakens the stalk, causing the flowers to drop. Good pruning will help prevent the problem, but the biofungicide described on page 326 will help limit the spread of the disease.
Hundreds of rotting, spotting, chomping, wilting garden problems and more...SOLVED! CLICK HERE