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The Bagrada bug:
A new pest in San Diego County

The Bagrada bug (also called painted bug or harlequin bug) was first found in North America in June 2008 in Los Angeles County.  It is now widely distributed throughout Southern California.

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October in the Garden

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Summer wanes this month, making way for the cooler weather and shorter days of fall. During this transition, extreme heat and punishing Santa Ana winds often keep gardeners especially busy meeting their landscape's water needs. On cool mornings, work begins to ready the garden for the ideal planting weather just weeks away. Get ready by clearing out faded annuals and vegetables, renewing garden soil and "shovel pruning" disappointing plants. Then forge ahead next month, renewing and refining, building and planting, for the landscape of your dreams.

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Is Your Garden Sustainable?

How earth-friendly is your garden? The things you do in your garden affect far more than just your own property. Our checklist will help you evaluate your current gardening practices and will suggest additional practices you can adopt to make your garden more earth-friendly and sustainable.

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