Be they tomato or tobacco, hornworms are a hungry bunch.
10 easy ways to outsmart garden pests
Bugged by spring insects? Use natural pest control—not unhealthy, toxic chemicals—to protect yourself and your home.
The chemicals sprayed on tomatoes and potatoes could be making people who live near farms sick.
Learn how to handle an early mosquito hatch.
Prevent a Spinach Leafminer infestation with row covers and pollen-heavy plants.
Out-smart common garden pests by strategically timing your planting.
Once you’ve identified the troublemakers, you can control them with an assortment of organic pest-control products.
Lure these pesky stingers away from your picnic.
When Peter Piper planted his peppers, he may have plotted a plan against pests and pestilence in one of these ways.
Easy-to-build row covers protect your crops from frost and other damage.
Mosquitoes are annoying, but the pesticides used to eradicate them can damage your health. Here’s what you need to know.
Slugs can do a lot of damage to tender plants. Learn how to stop them.
A simple DIY fence can give you a pest-free garden.
Let Mother Nature handle your pest control.
This ant trap for the home is easy to make and inexpensive.
A scientist evaluates the many ways gardeners try to get rid of nasty fire ants and names the most effective.
A least most wanted list
A homemade spray for all-purpose garden pest control.
Here is the expert's plan for the best way to diagnose tricky tree problems.