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November 16, 2022
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Recognizing & Dealing with Aphids in your Garden

Aphids can wreck havoc on your garden, but they can easily be dealt with if you recognize the signs quickly.

How to get rid of Aphids on Plants

Aphids are small sap-sucking insects that feed by sucking the nutrient-rich liquids right out of your plants. If you've been an avid gardener for a while, chances are you may have run into Aphids at some point!

Especially since they can be found on lettuce, squash, cucumber, pumpkin, melon, beans, potatoes, and other similar vegetable & fruit plants. Even for those growing Cannabis, this pesky insect can make its way onto your plants & potentially ruin your crop.

Thankfully, there are fairly easy ways to identify if you're experiencing an Aphid infestation and plenty of ways to treat it quickly before it gets out of hand.

Check out the infographic below for how to easily recognize and deal with Aphids in your garden.

Our partners over at Anatis BioProtection distribute biological control agents in order to help growers keep their gardens safe from pests. They have a number of bugs that can quickly deal with Aphids, some of which include:

Want to avoid an Aphid infestation?

Take a proactive approach to your garden care with biological control agents.

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