Summer Quiz: 'My goodness who's eating my...'

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 Those triangular bite marks on your cabbage leaves and bean pods say pigeon.  Net to protect.

Those triangular bite marks on your cabbage leaves and bean pods say pigeon.  Net to protect.

 Those perfect circles are cut by one of the beautiful Leafcutter Bee.  Sit back and admire - the rose can cope.

Those perfect circles are cut by one of the beautiful Leafcutter Bee.  Sit back and admire - the rose can cope.

 Random holes in leaves – it’s our friend the caterpillar – protect the crop with netting to stop the butterfly laying her eggs.  

Random holes in leaves – it’s our friend the caterpillar – protect the crop with netting to stop the butterfly laying her eggs.  

 Yep, it's the slug– this one is the Great Red slug.  If you love Hedgehogs, Song Thrushes, Slow Worms Please don’t put down poison!  Protect your crop with a cloche - perhaps a old plastic bottle

Yep, it's the slug– this one is the Great Red slug.  If you love Hedgehogs, Song Thrushes, Slow Worms Please don’t put down poison!  Protect your crop with a cloche - perhaps a old plastic bottle

 
 Your poor carrots - unfortunately the larvae of the carrot root fly got there first – next time put a 15cm fence round the crop.

Your poor carrots - unfortunately the larvae of the carrot root fly got there first – next time put a 15cm fence round the crop.

 Birds also love fruit and are somehow able to always get there before you.  Net to protect.

Birds also love fruit and are somehow able to always get there before you.  Net to protect.