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March 2008

Radish root maggot

The radish root maggot can be a particularly rude pest in the vegetable garden. These pale larvae tunnel through the root flesh of many root crops including radish, turnip and other members of the mustard family.

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Yellow-bellied sapsucker

You may have seen this bird in your yard, but you are more likely to have seen its work. The yellow-bellied sapsucker drills tidy rows of ¼-inch holes in tree trunks to feed on the sap.

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Star of Bethlehem

Star of Bethlehem was originally introduced and grown for sale as an ornamental plant, and is still available from nurseries in some areas.

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