3 Ways on How to Get Rid of Tiny White Bugs in Soil

So you’ve been recently seeing tiny white bugs in soil. What are they actually? How much damage can they bring to plants?

Tiny white bugs in the soil are obviously pests that you must remove and control. This infestation alone can immediately harm the life of your plants regardless of their species. Let’s learn what these bugs are and how you can ward them off from your soil.

Overgrown With Weeds? See 5 Of The Best Weed Killer For Lawns

Unwanted Guests

Few things annoy and trouble gardeners as much as weeds. These invasive, and quick-growing pests can quickly consume the nutrients in your soil and choke the life out of your turf and garden. Although to adequately combat this resilient foe, I had to thoroughly learn about weeds, their different types, and kinds, as well as some tips to prevent them from growing. Prevention, of course, is always better than a cure. You’ll find all of what I’ve learned here.

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7 Easy Steps – How to Get Rid of Pokeweed

How to get rid of pokeweed is not as simple as pulling it out. This doesn’t mean that it’s a very difficult task either. If done thoroughly, the removal process isn’t only successful but also guarantees safety on the plants you want to grow and keep.

In ancient history, pokeberry weed, or most commonly known now as pokeweed, has been used both as food and medicine. Even though it’s often added to certain dishes, people were very careful as it could give reactions that are toxic and usually fatal.

This is When to Prune Spirea – 5 Tips

Some people claim that spring is the best time to prune spirea. Others say during summer. Which is true? When to prune spirea exactly?

Spirea is a type of shrub that comes in different variants. There are spirea shrubs that bloom flowers during spring. The other varieties blossom every early summer. That fact basically suggests the different times of pruning the plant depending on the type.

Some of the popular spireas are spiraea arguta, billardii, bumalda, goldflame, golden princess, japonica anthony waterer, japonica shirobana, little princes, snowmound, and thunbergii. Many of these produce flowers right after pruning. The flowers of Japanese (japonica spirea) ones occur after trimming during late winter.

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