It’s an all-too-common story for many gardeners — a thriving springtime garden seems to suddenly stall. Wilted plants and decimated leaves offer up their telltale signs: the pests have arrived.
The culprits should be familiar to any seasoned green thumb. An army of tiny invaders — caterpillars, mites, slugs and beetles — have cut down your garden before it ever really had a chance.
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