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Garden Pest and Disease Directory

Cabbage looper
Cabbage looper. Photo: Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University, Bugwood.org, author of Garden Insects of North America

Identifying the problem is the first step in finding an earth-friendly way to reduce — or even eliminate — the damage caused by garden pests. Check the list below for the most common causes of garden problems.

Keep in mind that the 95 percent of garden visitors are either helpful or harmless. Beneficial insects include ladybugs, lacewings and many others. Learn more in the article Most Bugs are Good Bugs.

What's more, don't forget the pollinators. Bees, moths, butterflies, wasps and beetles all play a role in pollination. Learn more in the article All About Pollinators.

Bugs

Caterpillars

Small Insect Pests

Beneficial Insects

Beetles

Borers

At or Below Ground

True Bugs

Diseases

Leaf Symptoms

Root Symptoms

Fruit Symptoms

Multiple Plant Parts











Below: Colorado potato beetle eggs, larvae, and adult beetle.
Colorado potato beetle eggs

Colorado potato beetle larvae

Colorado potato beetle adult

Animals

Small Mammals

Large Mammals

Other

Control Measures

Questions and answers

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Last updated: 4/29/19


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