Area farmers welcomed the mild winter and early spring that allowed them to make rapid planting progress. But the favorable weather carries a downside: weed and insect problems not encountered in a typical growing season are popping up, and the arrival of normal weed and insect issues is accelerated.
The warm, humid days of summer have finally arrived, and with them come a variety of insects that threaten our gardens.
By Robin Trott, Extension Educator
, July 14, 2010
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