Learn where and how to use Ortho Flower, Fruit & Vegetable Insect Killer to combat bugs.
Stop digging, pulling or yanking weeds out of your hardscapes. Use GroundClear.
Discover an effective way to kill aphids, whiteflies, the nasty Emerald Ash Borer and many more.
Leave the mixing and measuring in the kitchen and get your hands on the Dial N Spray Hose End Sprayer from Ortho.
In case you find poison ivy or poison oak in your yard, make sure you kill it to the root.
Ortho Animal B Gon not only keeps animals out of your yard and garden, it smells good to people, too.
With help from Ortho, you can combat pests that are destroying your roses and flowers while you feed them.
Keep the good insects in your lawn and landscape while controlling the damaging ones.
Harmless to your plants, these little gnats are attracted to damp soil and plant debris.
This pest gives off a bad odor when threatened. Swarms can invade homes and devastate gardens.
These pests cause damage in larvae and adult form. Look for dark, hard-shelled beetles on your ornamentals.
For clues on how to combat pests, take a closer look at your garden vegetables.
These tiny insects can infest many garden plants and suck the life out of them.
Meet the top pests that can damage your plants and infest your garden.
These green caterpillars can leave flowers and foliage looking raggedy for months on end.
Some caterpillars become beautiful butterflies and some just do damage to your garden.
You can't prevent them from emerging, but you can control what they do to your plants.
These tiny web-spinners sap life from trees and plants. Make your garden less welcoming to them.
A white cottony coating on leaves is a sign you've got mealy bugs. With persistence, you can get rid of them.