1. Deer


    (Muntiacus reevesi, Capreolus capreolus and others) Deer, even the smaller muntjac, are large animals that cause severe damage in the garden. They strip plants bare of leaves, stems and flowers, and can strip tree bark.
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  2. Caterpillars


    (numerous butterfly and moth species) The caterpillars of numerous species of butterflies and moths attack and eat the leaves and stems of a wide range of garden plants, often causing extensive damage.
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  3. Cats


    (Felis catus) Although regarded by their owners as cute and cuddly, garden owners see cats as a total nuisance. They dig up young plants and seedlings when doing their “business”.
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  4. Carrot fly

    Carrot fly

    (Psila rosae) Carrot fly is the most serious problem of carrots and some other crops. The maggots tunnel through the roots, making much of the roots inedible.
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  5. Capsid bugs

    Capsid bugs

    (several species, including Lygocoris pabulinus and Lygus rugulipennis) Capsid bugs are common pests on a wide range of plants. They produce small holes in leaves, which enlarge to produce ragged growth, and flowers fail or abort.
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  6. Cabbage root fly

    Cabbage root fly

    (Delia radicum) Cabbage root fly maggots eat the roots of brassicas, and can kill seedlings and young plants. They cause more mature plants to wilt and even die.
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  7. Beetles


    (Numerous species) You’ll find numerous different beetles rummaging around in your garden. Some are serious plant pests, devouring plants, while some are harmless or even beneficial.
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  8. Nitrogen deficiency

    Nitrogen deficiency

    Nitrogen deficiency is a common plant disorder in poor soils or after excessive winter rain. It results in yellow or yellowing leaves and spindly or stunted growth.
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  9. Magnesium deficiency

    Magnesium deficiency

    Magnesium deficiency is a plant disorder that causes the leaves to turn yellow between the veins, sometimes with reddish tints. It also results in early leaf fall.
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  10. Lichens


    (Numerous species) Lichens add interesting colours and patterns to hard surfaces, for which they are often encouraged. But people panic when they’re found growing on plants.
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  11. Iron deficiency

    Iron deficiency

    Lime-induced Chlorosis Iron deficiency, sometimes referred to as lime-induced chlorosis, is a plant disorder that causes the leaves to turn yellow, between the veins, sometimes with brown edges.
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  12. Graft failure

    Graft failure

    Many trees, shrubs and climbing plants are grafted onto a rootstock – and sometimes that graft can fail. This leads to the grafted variety dying back or dying.
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