- Birch Leaf Miners
- Colorado Potato Beetle
- Crucifer Flea Beatle
- Gypsy Moth
- Japanese Beetle
- Red Lily Leaf Beetle
- Scale Insects
- Spruce Budworm
- Spider Mite
Gardens naturally have a valuable relationship with insects, they rely on them to provide cross pollination and to also protect them from harmful insects. Garden owners must recognize the harmful bugs and from good bugs and react to harmful bugs before the insects lay eggs and overrun the plant or garden arrangement.
Aphids have the number are at the top of the list because they are very common in Texas. Aphids are soft-bodied insects with long, slender mouth parts that they use to pierce stems, leaves, and other tender plant parts and suck out the plant fluids. Groups of these pests can decimate gardens. The solution to protecting your plants from Aphids or any other harmful insects on the list is to learn to identify which types of insects helpful insects from harmful ones. Big Tex Tree Nurseries have a variety of insecticides to help to treat all your garden infestation problems accordingly.
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Additional websites featuring Bad Bug tips:
About.com - Identiying Garden Insects
MamaKnows - Top 10 Bad Bug for Your Garden
The Garden Bug Book - A Garden Field Guide