An amazing summer for Arkansas, with lower temperatures and periodic rain, has been a boon for our gardens. But it has also benefited a few diseases, writes Janet B. Carson in HomeStyle.
Scouting your garden on a regular basis can help you spot a problem in time to stop or (at least) learn what to worry about or not worry about.
Unfortunately, the damage caused by these various living and nonliving agents can look very similar. Even with close observation, a positive diagnosis can be difficult.
See Saturday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for her suggestions and tips.