By Jo Whittingham
No matter if the wisteria is wilting or the cherry tree isn't generating any fruit, backyard Rescue might help determine and deal with the minor matters and significant difficulties which could damage plants.
With details on either suitable for eating and decorative gardens, backyard Rescue presents circulation charts to aid diagnose the matter, realize ideas, after which enforce the easiest plan of action. a photograph gallery of the main harmful pests and ailments can help you know early indicators, then take motion to maintain their vegetation within the absolute best of well-being.
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In warm weather zucchini and summer squashes grow very quickly. To enjoy them small and sweet, check plants and pick small fruit daily—look for fruit hiding among the large leaves. ou gh n g even th an ts wil ti Why are pl ered ever y da y? at th ey are w CUCUMBER MOSAIC VIRUS Q A Do my plants have cucumber mosaic virus? Strange yellow patterns on the leaves of cucumbers, zucchini, and squashes, along with distorted fruit, are an unmistakable sign that they are infected with cucumber mosaic virus.
They taste wonderful straight from the soil, but some are easy to dry and store well. Edible in their entirety or shelled for just their succulent seeds, pods are so superior freshly picked that they deserve a place in every garden. Often tall or climbing plants, peas and beans beneﬁt from supports. Pod crops all enjoy moist, well-drained soils 46 THE EDIBLE GARDEN Fruiting crop anatomy Although commonly regarded as vegetables, the plants in this group are technically fruit, since the seed-bearing part is what we eat.
186. SPIDER MITE DAMAGE Q A What’s eaten my sweet corn cobs? The sugary kernels of ripening sweet corn are irresistible to many pests, and whole crops can be stripped very quickly. Birds pull the protective leaves aside to access the cob, mice will nibble their way inside, and hungry rodents may ﬂatten the entire plant. 183. FRUITING CROP CLINIC Q Diagnostic chart Symptoms Diagnosis Plants recently moved outdoors or exposed to cold show damage to young growth. Leaves are pale and wilt, or where damage is serious, shoot tips turn brown and die.
Garden Rescue by Jo Whittingham