New reply from RobertEchols

<p>The garden is the sorce of food, pride and hardwork so nobody wants is to be ruined by some unwanted guests like pests. Pests like ants, caterpillars are definately the most abundant pests. They damage the plant by chewing, sucking and boring in it. One should take proper measures to get rid of them as soon as possible. One can some organic pest control thing by using some essential oils, sprays, etc to get rid of them or can also take help of some professionals like <a href="http://www.yalepest.com/branford-pest-exterminators/">Exterminator Branford CT</a>, Newtown CT, Redding CT, Ridgefield CT or some other which you can find nearby to you.</p>

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Original Post by loubylou

Ants

<p>I am having a lot of trouble with ants this year.  They are in the lawn but worse in the greenhouse and playing havoc with the tomato plants.  I have used all sorts of lotions and potions (ant killing stuff) to no avail.  Anyone have any ideas for me please?</p>

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