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Page 38— Asparagus spears are turning brown near soil line

  Page 52— Blueberries are soft and mushy

 
  Page 71— Cherry tree branches are brown and decaying

 
  Page 78— Corn seeds fail to emerge or are stunted

 
  Page 85— Cucumber leaves are yellow, curled, and wilted

 
  Page 93— Eggplant fruit has dry, brown chew marks

 
  Page 121— Iris leaves develop yellow, brown, or black spots

 
  Page 127— Lawn develops irregular dead spots

 
  Page 130— Lettuce leaves are yellow and distorted

 
  Page 141— Melon vines wilt at midday, starting with younger leaves

 
  Page 164— Peppers have ringed, sunken spots

 
  Page 185— Rose leaves are skeletonized and flowers are eaten

 
  Page 197— Strawberry leaves are surrounded by white, frothy masses

 
  Page 209— Tomatoes have pale yellow spots just under the skin

 
  And that’s just the beginning! You’ll find fast, reliable answers to problems that affect more than 200 flowers, veggies, fruits, shrubs, and trees. They’re all in The Organic Gardener’s Handbook of Natural Pest and Disease Control!  
Safe, powerful garden remedies to you rescue!
Order The Organic Gardner's Handbook of Natural Pest and Disease Control Now!ZAP slugs and snails with copper strips. They actually get an electric shock when they touch it. Just follow the easy steps on page 353 and say bye-bye to those slimy leaf-munchers.

Shiny cure stymies plant pests. Prevent damage from aphids, cucumber beetles, thrips, and whiteflies on many types of crops with reflective silver mulch. They?ll be so confused they won?t land in your garden to feed! Details on page 357.

Soapy solution for greener lawn. Chinch bugs are tiny lawn pests that destroy the stems and leaves of lawn grasses. But you can drive them out of the sod with a little soap and water. See page 359.

A spot of tea for disease control. Compost tea, that is! Research indicates that compost tea can help prevent or lessen such problems as powdery mildew. It?s so easy! See page 374 for details.

Powdery surprise against especially pesky pests! There?s a relatively new remedy for tough Japanese beetles, Colorado potato beetles, and other tough customers. Check it out on page 386.

And that?s just for starters! There?s tons more help at your fingertips. See for yourself.

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