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42664
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Though seemingly harmless, armadillos can be quite destructive to landscapes and gardens. the most effective way of controlling them is through live trapping.
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42668
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Amphibian species, especially frogs, all across the world are declining due to habitat destruction. The author advocates for assisting frog habitats.
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42662
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Insects have great value for the Garden .In addition to pollination, the serve a vital ecological function. The author promotes encouraging insect habitats and avoiding reckless spraying.
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42663
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SWD for short is an invasive fruit fly native to East Asia. It first arrived in the United States in 2008.
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42666
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Native to Central and South America, caladiums have been planted in residential landscapes for more than 100 years. Virtually all today's production of caladiums takes place in Lake Placid, Florida.
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42667
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Schweinitz's Sunflower was first discovered by Lewis David von Schweinitz (1780-1834). He published "The Fungi of North Carolina" in 1818.
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42665
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Tomatoes fall in either one of two categories.: determinate or indeterminate. Options for staking tomatoes are discussed.
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