IPM Category: Pest Control



Whiteflies are exactly what their name implies – small, white, flying insects that are closely related to aphids and mealybugs. Often discovered on the undersides of

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dealing with weevils


Weevils are a type of beetle. Adult weevils eat plants leaves during the spring and summer months. However, weevil larvae that feast on plant roots

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dealing with sawflies


Sawflies are yet another common garden insect that we see nearly every day on the farm. Closely related to ants, bees, and wasps, the name

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The name “nematode” refers to any of several thousand species of parasite also commonly known as roundworms. While many species of nematodes are pests, some

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lace bugs

Lace Bugs

Lace bugs, known formally as Tingidae, refers to any of over two thousand species of a small North American insect that thrives on flowering plants.

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Thrips, known officially as Thysanoptera, are a nuisance pest common to both indoor as well as outdoor growing areas. Thrips thrive off of the internal

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spider mites

Spider Mites

While not technically insects but rather a type of arachnid, spider mites are a common nuisance for both indoor and outdoor gardeners. Nearly microscopic, the

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russet mites

Russet and Broad Mites

Broad Mites or Russet Mites are two types of similar bugs that are especially common when growing cannabis. Are you experiencing dead, brown buds? We

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dealing with rats & mice

Rats & Mice

So you think you may have rats or mice in your garden, greenhouse, or indoor growing space? While this is one of the more common

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