We live on the coast and have an infestation of moles!! Any non-invasive remedies would be much appreciated!!
i have zappers , lights, everything, mosquitos keep coming
How do I keep birds from making nests in my handmade wreaths and ruining them. The secondd nest was made of mud and caused a big mess.
Weed killer spray to use on paver weeds
A friend has tried the moth balls and snake away but they are not working. Has anyone had any results with something else? Thanks.
Does anyone know what this is on my tomato plant
Bought over 2 acres and the entire lot is covered in sagebrush, the roots are VERY deep so it's hard to dig them out. I'm looking for something natural, no chemicals,... See more
Outside each year we get ant hills on the driveway. What is a natural remedy?
I didn't used to have an Ant problem but neighbors on both side have Ants and now I have Ants. I put out the bait stations and it seems to attract all the Ants from t... See more
These ants are all over my kitchen counter. I can't see where they are coming from. I have tried ant traps and even Terro. I keep wiping the counter and sink with ... See more
Help! Wild African violets have taken over my yard and gravel walk. . There must be something that I can do. Don't say pull them up as there are too many and I am 76 ... See more
When I bring the plants from store they are very healthy,but after some time either they die or give smaller leaves
I have one side of my house that does not get sun. When we bought the house two years ago we had it washed and repainted. I thought that took care of the issue. I not... See more
I live in Central Fla. & have sandspurs in my grass on a whole acre. You cannot go barefoot plus they hurt my dogs feet.i've tried many things and am now digging the... See more
Keeping curb appeal in mind I needs suggestions on how to keep birds from nesting on our outdoor ceiling fan. Really don't want to leave the fans on all the time. Wha... See more
they Are shiny ones eating the leaves of my raspberries, impatience and now my apple tree! They don’t look like ladybugs!