How to Identify and Remove Common Garden Pests

Humans can't avoid getting ill, and plants can't escape pests and diseases. Fortunately, most can be countered or minimized by organic or inorganic means and, except in rare cases, the garden will continue to look amazing.

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Silver Whitish Mottling Caused by Thrips
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Thrips

Also called thunderflies, these tiny, black, narrow sap-sucking insects strike in hot, dry conditions causing silver-whitish mottling.

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