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Correcting Blueberry Problems

OKLAHOMA, by OK State’s OK Gardening Classics Published 7/15/95-Host Steve Dobbs gives viewers ways to correct blueberry problems.

How to Use Netting to Keep the Spotted Wing Drosophila Fly off Plants

OREGON, by Oregon State University Extension Service Amy Dreves, an entomologist with the Oregon State University Extension Service, demonstrates how to drape plants with netting to keep out spotted wing drosophila flies. Filmed and edited by Tiffany Woods.

Blueberry Disease Management, Part 1: Cankers & Stem Blights

KENTUCKY, by Nicole Ward Gauthier for the University of Kentucky Nicole Ward Gauthier, Extension Plant Pathologist at the University of Kentucky explains blueberry disease management options, including sustainable and organic management techniques.

Bird Protection for Fruit

VERMONT, by horticulturist/gardener Charlie Nardozzi Learn how to protect your berry crops such as cherries and blueberries from marauding birds. Tips include barriers, netting, scare tactics and sprays.

Scouting for Tarnished Plant Bugs in Strawberries

ONTARIO, CANADA, by ONGov Learn how to identify and scout for tarnished plant bugs in strawberry fields.… A descriptive transcript for this video is available by visiting the following link:… — Apprenez comment identifier et repérer les punaises ternes dans les fraiseraies.… Pour obtenir une transcription descriptive de cette vidéo, cliquer sur …Read more »

Using Bird Netting for Strawberry Containers/Berries

MARYLAND, by Gary Pilarchik of My First Vegetable Garden Several species of birds love fruit. I have a migratory pair that comes every year and eats my strawberries and blueberries. The damage is very clearly pecks out of the fruit. The only way to stop the damage is to use bird netting. Here is one …Read more »

Keep out Birds and Butterflies with Portable Netted Hooped Crop & Plant-Protecting Cloche

U.K. by Allotment Diary How I make my own net cloches which protect your plants from birds,butterflies and other pests. These are really portable and easy to move when you need to weed or tend to your plants. Great for covering strawberries up to keep the birds off your crops too. Simply using some pressure …Read more »

How To Protect Your Strawberries From Birds for FREE

MICHIGAN, by Luke Marion, the MIGardener This very fun craft project will have your kids loving the garden, and is something that everyone can get involved in and do. I hope you will try it, and I think this method of tricking the birds is a fun, and creative way to protect your strawberry beds. FOLLOW ME! …Read more »

Organic Grey Mold Control in Strawberries

OKLAHOMA, by Oklahoma State Oklahoma Gardening’s Kim Toscano shows us how to prepare an organic microbial biopesticide to prevent and control grey mold in strawberries.

How to Deal With Slugs and Snails in Your Vegetable Garden

U.K. from GrowVeg Creating an environment that your plants will thrive in is essential for their long-term health, but it’s also important to be aware of pests which can damage them. Slugs and snails are often named as the gardener’s worst enemy, but there are many ways in which you can avoid these slimy creatures …Read more »

How To Protect Strawberries From Insects (Stake Them To Keep Them Off The Ground!)

WASHINGTON STATE, from Country Living Experience When you have a strawberry patch, there are many creatures that want to eat those ripe berries. Birds, insects, and small furry creatures. In this video we discuss how to keep certain insect pests away from your strawberry patch. Love our channel? Please support us for Free by checking …Read more »

Does Organic Slug Control Really Work?

ALBERTA, CANADA, by Stephen Legaree  of Alberta Urban Garden Slugs are garden pests that can do a lot of damage in a short period of time. In today’s testing garden assumptions series video I am going to go through the most commonly recommended methods to manage slugs and how I am planning to manage them in …Read more »