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Bugs seen on site
It is during these months of the year, that the following bugs will be visiting us on the allotment site and in our gardens at home.- and the results of their presence seen.
Please have a look on what to look out for and how to treat them early, in order to avoid using pesticides.
The rosemary beetle (Chrysolina americana) devours the leaves of rosemary, lavender, thyme, sage and some other related plants.
It is an attractive 8mm long metallic green beetle with purple stripes on its wing cases and thorax.
Visit the RHS website to learn how to report sightings and how to deal with them.
The common gooseberry sawfly is one of several sawfly species that attacks gooseberry and red/white currant bushes during late spring and summer.
The larvae are pale green, with many black spots, and they have black heads
Visit the RHS website to learn how to deal with them.
Let us know of other pests seen on the allotment site by informing any of the committee members or via the contact page
|Allotment Association committee members|
|In the community|
|Allotment Assosiation Meetings|
|Allotment Assosiation Documents|
|Pumpkins Grown Onsite|
|Frogs on Site|
|St Kentigern's Primary School visit|
|Green Awards 2013|
|Green Awards 2012|
|Produce Show 2017|
|Produce Show 2016|
|Produce Show 2016 - Flowers & Vegetable sections|
|Bee Project - Visitors|
|Open Day 2017|
|Open Day 2016|
|Open Day 2015|
|Open Day 2014|
|Open Day 2013|
|Open Day 2012|
|Open Day 2011|
|Open Day 2010|
|Open Day 2009|