Pest management

Controlling various pests in the garden railway
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The sign says it all—the never-ending task of gardening.
Don Parker
When it comes to outsmarting the peskier side of Mother Nature, it's best to have a plan. Otherwise, as attacks by garden pests continue and our frustration level rises, we might overreact and cause more harm than good. In the horticultural world, this plan is called IPM, for Integrated Pest Management (or, in the vernacular, don't mess it up if it ain't broke). In the line of "pests" we might include weeds, plant diseases, insects, and wildlife.

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