How to Make Your Garden Less Susceptible to Infestation and Disease

Disease and infestation are two of the most common and destructive threats to your garden. If disease is allowed to take root in your garden it can quickly kill all of the plants you worked so hard to plant and maintain. Likewise, certain types of pest infestations can destroy your garden. These two elements are part of having a garden so it is important that you learn ways to protect against them.

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Can I Get Rid of Voles Myself?

Common Signs of Vole Damage in Your Yard

Establishing and maintaining a beautiful yard can take up a lot of your time and money. But, it is worth the effort because a nice lawn adds to the curb appeal of your home and is much more enjoyable than a dead or dying yard. When you work hard to keep your lawn nice it is extremely frustrating to find that you have a burrowing pest in your yard wreaking havoc. The first step in getting rid of these critters is to determine what type of pest is causing the damage. One of the most destructive lawn pests is the vole. It is often lumped together with moles and gophers but the common signs of vole damage are much different than the other pests. You can determine if the damage in your yard was created by voles by looking at how they travel and what they eat.

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Should I Worry About the Trees in My Yard Becoming Diseased?

When is the Best Time to Aerate Your Lawn?