Commonly Known Garden Insects And Animals That Could Damage Your Garden

One of the scariest things are Gardner can come across in his work are finding insects and animals causing damage to the plants that you carefully grew. And before you bring out your weapons to get rid of the culprits, it’s important to know who is responsible for which damage and to sort out the actual bad guys from the good guys. You may wonder why it’s so important to weed out and sort when you could instantly make all the insects vanish all together, the fact remains that you need certain bugs and animals to bring a balance to the ecosystem so that they can supplement the growth of your plants and bring balance.

There are thousands of different worms and caterpillars and many of them are responsible for damaging your garden. Sometimes no amount of commercial pest control, could bring balance to this recurring problem. Many of the caterpillars are known for their act of eating vegetation and plants by leaving a hole in the middle of them. It’s usually the butterflies and moths that lay eggs which become the dangerous caterpillars, so make sure to keep an eye out for potential eggs and remove them immediately.

A lot of people who maintain gardens also have cats and that is nice as they keep company and sometimes scare away uninvited guest from your garden. But the problem arises when your cut tries to paw at the soil in which your plant grows in, cats are naturally attracted to lose soil and therefore it would be easier if you could get your cat to use a box somewhere in the house filled with dirt for all its playtime activates, you can’t seek help from pest control company at Newcastle in order to keep them away from causing harm as they do not specialize in such activities. The only to keep your cat away is by either spraying water at it every time it goes in the direction of the plants and or diverting their attention from the garden by providing them with other activities around the house.

The other famous trouble makers are fleas, there over thousands of books and advices written on how you could get rid of them, you can apply some fossil remains of diatoms on your feet before heading out of your house. This way when you walk the soil you applied will penetrate the bodies of fleas and leave them de-hydrated causing their population to decrease in growth. This way you can keep them out of your garden and protect your plants.