The garden is a beautiful place, but it can also be filled with pests. You might not know how to get rid of them, but you do have options. The best way to get rid of common garden pests is by calling your local exterminator and asking for their help. They will come out and treat your home or garden using the latest methods available on the market today. The key here is knowing what kind of pest you’re dealing with; once that’s figured out, treatment becomes much easier!
Aphids are small, pear shaped insects that feed on the juices of plants. They can transmit disease from plant to plant. Aphids are most common on plants that are under stress as a result of too much heat or sunlight, too little water, or overcrowding. Aphids have piercing-sucking mouthparts which they use to drain sap from leaves and stems of plants causing wilting and yellowing.
When you see aphids in your garden:
- Remove any damaged leaves and mushrooms from the garden beds so aphids will not have food sources near their hiding places (plants) where they reproduce rapidly once established.
- Use an insecticidal soap spray such as Safer® Brand Insecticidal Soap (1 oz per gallon) mixed at label directions every 7 days for up to 4 applications per season if necessary – its important not to overdo this because it can harm honey bees if sprayed directly onto them!
A leafhopper is a very small insect that feeds on plant sap. It can be very difficult for humans to see them because they are so small, but you might be able to hear their high-pitched sound when they hop around your garden. These pests do not harm the plant at all, but they can become a nuisance if you try to get rid of them.
The easiest way to remove this pest from your garden is by simply crushing them with your fingers or by spraying water at them with the hose. Leafhoppers are not known for being particularly harmful towards plants so it shouldn’t be too difficult getting rid of these insects from your garden.
Whiteflies are a common pest in the garden and home. These tiny insects feed on the sap of plants, causing stunted growth and spreading disease to your plants. If they’re not dealt with quickly, whiteflies can wreak havoc on your entire garden. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to get rid of them.
Whiteflies are most commonly found in warm climates—they like warm weather because it makes it easier for them to spread from plant to plant. Whiteflies also love yellow and white flowers; these bright colors draw more attention than other colors would, making them an attractive target for these little bugs! If you want your garden or patio area to be free of whitefly infestations then there are many solutions available from professional companies like us here at Pest Control USA (https://www.pestcontrolusaonline.com/).
Don’t let pests take over your yard before calling us today!
Mealybugs and scale
Mealybugs and scale are common pests that can infest your home garden. You may not see them, but you will be able to tell if you have mealybugs or scale by the damage they cause to your plants. If a plant is infested with mealybugs or scale, it will have black spots on its leaves and stems. The leaves may also curl up slightly at the edges and turn brown. Mealybugs don’t eat through stems and roots though so they won’t kill your plant unless it has been severely damaged already by other pests such as slugs or snails.
Mealybugs are small insects that look like cotton balls when they’re young but grow into greyish-white bugs with large heads when they are older (see picture). Scales are small insects that attach themselves onto branches of trees where they suck out sap from inside them causing leaf dropage in some cases (see picture).
Spider mites are tiny, spider-like creatures that suck the juice out of plants. They are most common in hot, dry weather. If your garden has a lot of spider mites it will look like your plants have been attacked by a swarm of very small flies or gnats.
Before you call for pest control services to treat these pests, take a closer look with a magnifying glass and see if there are any hairline webbing on leaves or fine webbing around buds or flowers. You can also use an untreated paper plate to hold onto several leaves from the infected plant(s) over night and inspect them in the morning for signs of spider mite activity (look for fine white silk webbing).
Now that you know how to get rid of these common garden pests and keep them from coming back, you can enjoy your beautiful garden. Those pesky bugs won’t stand a chance!
Treating garden pests is easier than you think.
Treating garden pests is easier than you think.
- You can treat garden pests with pest control services.
- You can treat garden pests with pest control products.
- You can treat garden pests with natural pest control.
- You can treat garden pests with organic pest control.
- Or, if you prefer, you can use a combination of all of these methods to get rid of the common pests that are bothering your home and yard.
You can get rid of these pests with our help. We are a licensed pest control company that offers services in your area, and we’re ready to work with you on any problem you have. If you have questions about what we do or how we can help you, give us a call today! We look forward to hearing from you soon!