Prevention is the best thing you can do to grow a healthy garden. Wilber recommends not overmanaging your landscape this month, because the pests will come in and feed off its luxury.
“You want the root system to be established,” Lambrecht said. “In order to do that, do not overwater.”
A healthy lawn is less likely to be insect-prone and recovers faster if infested, so be sure to mow your grass at the optimal height - never remove more than one-fourth to one-third of the grass - and keep fertilizer to a minimum. Wilber also suggests scouting for pests in your garden at least once a week so you can clearly identify the problem at the very beginning.
To prevent any weeds that are popping up, Lambrecht recommends hand-pulling them; using weed-and-seed can kill the other things in your garden.
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