Entomologist Whitney Cranshaw draws from his experience with master gardeners to show gardeners of all abilities how to combat the major insect pests, plant diseases, and weeds west of the Mississippi. Now fully revised, this common-sense pest control guide comes complete with more than 100 photographs and informative tables.Spears too old Lack of fertility Ajjectingferns Ferns chewed, appear bleached Asparagus beetle (90) Stunted, bushy ferns Asparagus ... As such, they do not need additional nitrogen but can require moderately high levels of potassium and phosphorus for optimum growth. ... be present Slugs (153) Seedlings emerge but growing point killed (aquot;snakeheadaquot; beans) Seedcorn maggot (120) New leaves curledanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pests of the West|
|Publisher||:||Fulcrum Publishing - 1998|