Bugs

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What kind of bug may be eating my variegated ginger plant? It has large holes on the ends and some chomp marks on a couple. I live in zone 10.

Laurie Harris Asked by Laurie Harris 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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Answer #1 · Sarah Bennet's Answer · You can reduce and easily get rid of any kind of bugs or garden pests by building healthy soil. The soil produces water, oxygen, nutrients and root support which plant needs. You can build healthy soil by a compost bin, mulch, rotating crops, limiting soil disturbance, and plant cover crops. If your plant has big holes in the leaves then it must be chewed by the beetles, sawflies, and caterpillars. Regards, Gulf writing service online https://www.gulfwriter.com/)

Sarah Bennet Answered by Sarah Bennet 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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