A lot of people start to complain about their bones and joints aching when the weather changes seasons. If you are one of these people or simply want to help support your bone and joint health, check out what plants are best to grow in your garden below! We have found that simply gardening itself has helped us start to feel better by eating a healthier diet, being outside more, and being more active!
Leaf-footed bugs are approximately 1 inch long, some with a white zigzag pattern on their wings. They have long legs similar to a cricket with an oval shaped body. They are recognizable by their hind legs which look leaf-like. They have piercing mouthparts which probe into plants to suck their juices. This can cause discoloration and damage to the plants.
Summer squash fills pretty much all of our counter space from late spring until early fall. It is one of the most prolific things we grow, but it also has one of the most difficult pests to manage. Once squash bugs become established, they’re rather difficult to control.
Dale met with Ozzy from Smart Pots and discussed fall planting with smart pots. In this video, they discuss planting and growing zucchini vertically with a trellis and battling squash bugs. Check out Smart Pots: https://amzn.to/2PGJcQs See the full video talking about fall crops in smart pots: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOdIdsUeG_k&t=15s Learn more & download our app @ www.seedtospoon.net
These zucchini hash browns are amazing and everyone in the family gobbled them up as fast as they could. I’m definitely going to be making a double batch next time!
I’m joined with Ozzy from Smart Pots to talk about 5 different things you can grow in the fall! Learn more about growing food in our free mobile app! Download or use our web version at www.seedtospoon.net Learn more about growing over 70 different foods, including how to manage various pests in our FREE iOS, Android, or new Universal Web App!
These small mammals, called groundhogs or woodchucks, love to eat all the greens in your garden. It is important to keep them out of your garden to protect your food! Repelling woodchucks can be challenging, but there are many natural ways to go about it.
Mexican bean beetles look very similar to ladybugs. They have a tan back with black dots, and the younger ones do not have any spots. If left unchecked, they can destroy foliage and pods.
These small rodents can be challenging and can destroy a garden! They can be pesky, so trial and error is important to see what works best for your visitors.
These mites are extremely small relatives of spiders. They are typically found on the undersides of leaves. An easy way to check for them is to place a sheet of white paper underneath the leaves and gently tap. If you see moving specks on the paper then you have a problem.