Colleen Supan
June 14, 2011

You’ve recently noticed the leaves on your cantaloupe have a strange trail on them and your plums have deep, dark holes. These are signs of a starving alien invader giving in to its needs on your fruits and vegetables. We all want to rid our gardens of these hungry mini beasts, but we don’t want to use poison to do it.

Watch the slide show of the eight most commonly spotted and easily recognized garden pests and then click on our Garden Pest Guide for a more comprehensive look at these insects. For more information, visit our guide on organic pest control.

Click here for our Garden Pest Guide for a more comprehensive look at these pests.


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