The chicks got here two weeks ago and they already have feathers. They can fly a little and they want out to explore. The cat also wants them out, so they are still cooped up.
Besides that, it is freakin' HOT!
Today I realized that squash bugs love the mulch and use it as protection from my spray. So why did I spend all that time weeding and mulching?
The squash bugs have laid eggs on my new pumpkin vines, killed a lot of my squash, and are even attacking my watermelons and okra. They will soon meet the wrath of the pyrethrum dust.
Check YouTube soon for a video tutorial on recognising squash bugs, their eggs (very important) and how to control them!
I'll insert it here too.
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