Our latest video is a reality check on gardening in Southern California in August 2021: the Gardening Good, Bad, and the Ugly. Christy walks you through the Gardenerd Test Garden to see what worked and what didn't. Some of it is pretty, but most of it looks anything but.
A fun question came into Ask Gardenerd this week from Janet Lally. She asks, "This morning I found my rosemary had blobs of white foam on the ends of some branches. I had pruned the rosemary yesterday. What is it? --Janet Lally"
We received this question from David Feldman came into Ask Gardenerd: "My basil has been doing great all spring and now that summer is here the leaves have lots of…
We're excited to talk pest control with Susan Mulvihill this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast. Susan uses IPM to manage pests in her garden, and her latest book, The Vegetable Garden Pest Handbook, gives gardenerds the tools they need to tackle any pest problem.
This week a question came in to Ask Gardenerd about controlling leaf miners and leaf rollers on citrus trees. We'll explore the options to solve the issue.
Two questions came in to Ask Gardenerd this week about rats and their traps. Let's tackle them in order. The first is from Linda Smith:
This week's YouTube video is all about the Cabbage Moth and Cabbage Looper--how to identify them and manage them on your cool season brassica crops.
This week's YouTube video shows you how and why to use beneficial nematodes to solve pest and disease problems in your soil. We always come back to the Soil Food Web
We received comments and suggestions about What's Eating My Plant - Part 1, with viewers asking for more information about other bugs and pest damage. So here we are...Part 2.
This week on the Gardenerd YouTube channel, we answer the question, "What's eating my plant?" We start with the most common damage you see on crops and describe the pest(s) that go with it.