Plum pest problems: Find out what decimated our plum crop & how to avoid it

MILWAUKEE -- We are growing a unique spinach substitute called climbing spinach. Actual spinach cannot be grown when it’s hot, so this is a great alternative.

It is time to check our grafted tomato and pepper trials to see if they live up to the claims made about them.

Plums, like most tree fruits, have several inevitable pest problems that will destroy the crop most years. Learn about what decimated our plum crop and what we will need to do next year to avoid it.

You can head to the Milwaukee County UW-Extension Horticulture page for more gardening information.