The Garden Lady

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According to the data and stats that were collected, 'The Garden Lady' channel has quite a good rank. The feed was last updated more than a year ago. In addition 'The Garden Lady' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses medium-length articles along with sentence constructions of the basic readability level, which is a result indicating a well-crafted news inventory on the channel.

About 'The Garden Lady' Channel

In depth gardening advice from an expert gardener

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'The Garden Lady' mostly contains texts of a basic readability level which may show their aim to reach a wider audience. Besides, there are articles of intermediate readability, which make up more than one third of all content on the channel.

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Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

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[...] you can know enough to outsmart the insect with the minimum amount of force or effort. Some insect pests love many crops while others insect prefer only one family of plants. The insects that eat [...]

How To Control Pests – Part VI

[...] There are, of course, some insect pests that NO one wants. One of those insects is the Japanese beetle. Japanese beetles like over 275 [...]

How To Control Pests – Part I

[...] that eat plants in the garden are good and helpful insects. We all know that bees are beneficial insects. Yes, they might sting us, but basically they are helping to pollinate the flowers or to [...]

How To Control Pests – Part IV

[...] her book here. It is not just synthetic insecticides that can cause problems to humans or beneficial insects. Even natural insecticides may cause health problem. One insecticide that sounds like it [...]

How To Control Pests – Part V

[...] garden. For photos of 10 beneficial insects read this. Pull up and destroy plants that encourage insects that you don’t want. If you [...]

How To Control Pests – Part III

[...] chemicals that kill harmful insects, remember that most of these insecticides will kill the beneficial insects as well. Most insecticides are equal opportunity insect killers, not being able to [...]

How To Control Pests – Part II

[...] flowers and herbs. Their damage is ugly. Then when the move on to another phase of their life cycle, they might not need to feed on the plant leaves or stems. This spring the the four-lined plant [...]

How To Control Pests – Part VI

[...] especially awful on the roses. To get rid of Japanese beetles, one should start early in their life cycle when Japanese beetles are in their grub stage living in the soil of your lawn or garden. Milky [...]

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[...] on your garden for their livelihood- literally eating to remain alive to repeat their own life cycle. So when you have insects on your plants you have to decide “How important is the damage to the [...]

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[...] But even better than sending the photo to TheGardenLady, is to take your plant to your local Master Gardener office for them to see the plant and, hopefully, to recommend a way of saving it. This is a [...]

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[...] opinion, take the dead branches with some living parts, if any part is alive, to your local Master Gardener office. They will look at what you bring in to determine the cause of dying or death. [...]

How To Control Pests – Part II

[...] it but cannot find the information online, take the insect in a closed jar to your local Master Gardener office or agriculture extension office. Do NOT squish the insect. To kill it put the closed [...]

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How To Control Pests – Part V

[...] So what should a gardener do if there are insect pests in the garden? There are too many suggestions to write just one short article about how to [...]

How To Control Pests – Part III

[...] you can know enough to outsmart the insect with the minimum amount of force or effort. Some insect pests love many crops while others insect prefer only one family of plants. The insects that eat [...]

How To Control Pests – Part VI

[...] There are, of course, some insect pests that NO one wants. One of those insects is the Japanese beetle. Japanese beetles like over 275 [...]

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