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The chapters on diseases and pests from the Vegetable Garden Handbook (Dutch) form the basis of this site, supplemented with photos and information about plants, shrubs and trees in the ornamental garden. The chapter Diseases and Pests in the Handbook was created in collaboration with ECOstyle bv.
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Do you find an error or is something missing in a description? Email me!
Do you have a picture of a disease or pest that is missing, send it to me and it will be posted, stating the photographer and the disease or pest found.
Do you have a special pest or disease in one of your plants? Let me know!