GROWING BEETROOT

GROWING BEETROOT

Beetroot is another delicious, nutritious, and versatile vegetable, easy to grow. Growing beetroot is ideal for beginners and is well suited to large or small home gardens since it takes up little space. Both the roots and the leaves of beetroots are excellent sources of antioxidants, minerals, and vitamin C. you can eat them raw,…

BEAN DISEASES

BEAN DISEASES

Phaseolus vulgaris, is also known as the common bean, is a herbaceous annual plant in the Fabaceae family that is farmed as a pulse and green vegetable. Bean types such as, Green peas French bean Long beans have been cultivated since 6,000 years ago for their fruits or pods for vegetables in various parts of…

LEAF MINER

LEAF MINER

Leaf miners are small insects that feed between the surface of the leaf. There are several different kinds of leaf miners occurring in four major orders of insects. It’s a little, light-colored moth that’s less than a quarter-inch long. The forewings of Leaf minor are silvery and white iridescent, with brown and white patterns. Each…

SCALE INSECTS

SCALE INSECTS

Scale insects refer to a large group of insects common on ornamental trees, vegetable crops, plants, and shrubs. They belong to the superfamily Coccoidea. Hard or armored scales (family Diaspididae), feeling scales (Eriococcidae), soft scales (family Coccidae), ground pearls, or margarodid scales (family Margarodidae), mealybugs (family Pseudococcidae), and other minor groupings are among the more…

POWDERY MILDEW

POWDERY MILDEW

Powdery mildew is a disease that affects a wide range of plants, including agronomic crops, fruit, vegetable, and herbaceous and woody ornamentals. It is caused by many different species of fungi. The disease is easy to diagnose as its symptoms are quite distinctive. All powdery mildew fungi require living plant tissue to grow. The important…