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September 2007

Yellow jacket

Ever been buzzed by one of these aggressive insects? Yellow jackets feed on meats and sugars, which makes summer picnics very attractive to them.

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Mason bees

You may already have orchard mason bees flying around your garden. In early spring, look for metallic blue-black insects.

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Lawn rust

Late summer and fall is prime time for rust, a fungal disease of turf grass. It happens during warm, humid weather.

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Red sorrel

You can identify this perennial weed by its arrow-shaped leaves with two pointed lobes near the base. The 12- to 24-in.-tall, slender, flowering stems grow from a rosette at the crown.

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Fall webworm

In late summer and fall, have you seen webs full of hairy caterpillars on the ends of tree branches? Those are fall webworms, the larvae of a white or speckled moth.

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