Insects like flies, mosquitos, ticks and wasps are expected to be pests in the summer months. Once the temperature drops, the outdoors become habitable again, but it doesn’t mean you’re done dealing with pests.
You’ve put hours and hours into your garden tilling, planting, weeding and watering. The last thing you want are insects coming in to ruin it all.
A healthy, vigorous pasture can improve livestock gains and reduce feed costs. But growing pasture in the South and Southeast brings special challenges because growers must consider forage grass varieties, soil type, soil pH, fertility, weed and pest control, and water availability. Today, we’ll talk about pests, both of the green and other varieties. Control […]