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10 PESTS TO WATCH OUT FOR

Unfortunately there is wildlife that likes our fruit and veg as much as we do. Here are some common ones and solutions to keep them at bay

1 SLUGS AND SNAILS

The number one pest of the fruit and veg garden. Holes in leaves and potato tubers or slimy trails are signs this pest has been around.

HOW TO CONTROL

Many products are available, including non-organic, or organic ones such as Growing Success Advanced Slug Killer containing ferric phosphate. Slug traps can lure them away from crops.

2 WHITEFLY

The two most commonly found in the kitchen garden are the greenhouse whitely, which is prevalent on crops such as aubergine and cucumbers, and those you get on outdoor crops such as brassicas. Kale in particular can be attacked, with whitely most troublesome on the curly-leaved types. This can be difficult to control when it hides in the folds of the leaves.

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Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine In this issue: Future-Proofing at Ferris Farm Gaby Bartai meets a gardener who is creating a vegetable plot that can rise above future health challenges. Veg of the Month - Parsnips KG editor Steve Ott loves parsnips and brings you his top tips for success. Safe and Secure Upgrade your garden security with some 21st century products, says KG editor Steve Ott. And much more!