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Deal with spring pests

THE mild, wet winter created the perfect conditions for garden pests and we will have to work harder this spring to protect our plants from these pint-sized invaders.

Slugs and snails are in the ascendancy right now and I’ve heard reports of lily beetles being spotted

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