Pests are a natural part of Gardyning. Despite your best prevention efforts, pests can happen, but it’s okay! If you or Kelby have identified caterpillars on your Gardyn, keep reading for our recommended treatment plan.
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To treat caterpillars, use a gloved hand to remove all caterpillars you find from your plant(s). To dispose of the caterpillars, you can place them in a small cup filled half way with warm water and a couple Tablespoons of mild dish soap.
Once all caterpillars are removed, trim away any leaves with the caterpillars’ chew hole damage and clean the area around your Gardyn of droppings so you can monitor for new damage or scat.
Continue treatment until you no longer see the pests or new signs of their damage.
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