Control Squash Bugs with Water

    Control Squash Bugs with Water

    Squash Bugs, it turns out, do not like water. USU Extension Expert Ron Patterson demonstrates how pouring some water at the base of a plant will bring squash bugs out of hiding, where you can squash the Squash Bug however you prefer.

    Published on: Jun 19, 2015

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