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A

A Word About Pesticides

About Got Pests

Allegheny Mound Ants

Annual Sowthistle

Anthracnose of Shade Trees

Anthracnose of Tomatoes

Ants

Ants Found in Lawns

Aphids

Apple Maggot

Apple Scab

Armyworms

Asian Multicolored Lady Beetle

Asiatic Garden Beetle

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B

Bacterial Canker of Tomato

Bacterial Spot of Tomato

Baldfaced Hornets (Bees, Hornets and Wasps)

Bats

Bed Bugs

Bees, Hornets and Wasps

Beneficial Organisms

Birch Leafminers

Bittersweet (Oriental)

Black Spot of Rose

Black Vine Weevil

Blossom End Rot of Tomato

Boxelder Bug

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

Browntail Moth

Bruce Spanworm

Bugs

Bugs of Flowers

Bugs of Fruits

Bugs of Homes and Structures

Bugs of Lawns

Bugs of People and Pets

Bugs of Trees and Shrubs

Bugs of Vegetables

Bumble Bees (Bees, Hornets and Wasps)

C

Cabbage Looper (Cabbage Worms)

Cabbage Maggot

Cabbage Worms (Cabbage Looper, Diamondback Moth, Imported Cabbageworm)

Canada Geese

Canada Thistle

Carpenter Ants

Carpet Beetles

Catfacing of Tomato

Chickweed

Chinch Bugs

Chipmunk

Clothes Moths

Clover Mites

Cluster Flies

Cockroaches

Colorado Potato Beetle

Common Chickweed

Common Lambsquarters

Common Plantain

Common Purslane

Common Ragweed

Common Tomato Diseases and Disorders

Corn Borer (European)

Corn Earworm

Crabgrass

Creeping Charlie

Crown Vetch

Crows (Starlings, Crows and Sparrows)

Cucumber Beetle (Striped)

Cutworms

Cypress Spurge

D

Dandelion

Daylily Rust

Deer (White-tailed)

Diamondback Moth (Cabbage Worms)

Diseases of Garden Fruits, Berries and Vegetables

Diseases of Trees and Shrubs including Tree Fruit

Downy Mildew of Cucurbits

E

Early Blight of Tomatoes

Earwig (European)

Eastern Chipmunk

Elm Leaf Beetle

European Corn Borer

European Earwig

European Fire Ants

F

Fairy Rings

Fall Armyworm

Fall Webworm

Field Horsetail

Firebrats (and Silverfish)

Flea Beetles

Fleas

Flour Beetles

Flower Diseases

Fruit Cracking of Tomato

Fruit Flies, Vinegar Flies

Fungus Gnats

G

Galls

Garlic Mustard

Geese (Canada)

Giant Hogweed

Grain Beetles

Groundhog (Woodchuck)

H

Hairy Galinsoga

Helpful Yardcare Facts

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

Honey Bees (Bees, Hornets and Wasps)

Hornets (Bees, Hornets and Wasps)

Hornworms (Tomato and Tobacco)

House Mouse

I

Imported Cabbageworm (Cabbage Worms)

Indian Meal Moth

Invasive Pests

Is It Really A Pest?

J

Japanese Beetle

Japanese Knotweed

K

L

Lambsquarters (Common)

Larder Beetle

Late Blight

Lawn Diseases

Leaf Scorch/Sunscald of Trees

Leafhoppers

Lesser Mealworm

Lice

Lily Leaf Beetle

M

Mealworms

Millipedes

Moles

More Information About Healthy Lawns and Gardens

Morning Glory

Mosquitoes

Mouse (House)

Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle

N

Natural Fall Conifer Needle Drop

O

Oriental Bittersweet

Other Critters

Other Problems of Trees and Shrubs

P

Paper Wasps (Bees, Hornets and Wasps)

Pest Solutions

Pigweed (Redroot)

Pine Leaf Adelgid

Plant Diseases

Plantain (Common)

Plum Curculio

Poison Ivy

Porcupine

Potato Beetle (Colorado)

Powderpost Beetles

Powdery Mildew

Powdery Mildew of Vegetables

Purple Loosestrife

Purslane (Common)

Q

Quackgrass

R

Raccoon

Ragweed (Common)

Raspberry Borers

Rats

Redroot Pigweed

Rose Chafer

Rusts (Turf)

S

Salt Damage of Trees and Shrubs

Shepherd's Purse

Silverfish and Firebrats

Skunk

Snails and Slugs

Snakes

Snow Molds

Sod Webworms

Sowthistle (Annual)

Sparrows (Starlings, Crows and Sparrows)

Spider Mites

Spiders

Spittlebugs (and Leafhoppers)

Springtails and Snowfleas

Squash Bug

Squirrels

Starlings, Crows and Sparrows

Stink Bug

Striped Cucumber Beetle

Sunscald of Tomato

T

Tarnished Plant Bug

Tent Caterpillars

Thrips

Ticks

Tobacco Hornworm

Tomato Hornworm

Tomato Leaf Spot

Tomato Diseases and Disorders

Turf Rusts

Turkey (Wild)

U

V

Vetch (Crown)

Viburnum Leaf Beetle

Vinegar Flies

Voles

W

Want to Know More?

Wasps (Bees, Hornets and Wasps)

Weeds

Western Conifer Seed Bug

White Grubs

White Mold of Tomato

White Pine Blister Rust

White Pine Weevil

White-tailed Deer

Wild Turkey

Winter Drying of Trees

Wireworms

Woodchuck

Woodpeckers

Woodsorrel

XYZ

Yellow Nutsedge

Yellowjacket Wasps (Bees, Hornets and Wasps)

 

 
It is the policy of the State of Maine to minimize reliance on pesticides. The Maine Department of Agriculture and the Maine IPM Council encourage everyone to practice integrated pest management and to use pesticides only as a last resort. The mention of pesticides in the fact sheets linked to these pages does not imply an endorsement of any product. Be sure that any product used is currently registered and follow all label directions.