Garden Types - Created Date : 10.9.2019




Can carry and transmit ticks

tularemia, vector-borne diseases such as Rocky

Mountain Spotted Fire and Lyme

disease. Vector Control Program collects routinely,

identifies and tests ticks for these diseases.

Tick ??FactsTicks are blood-eating parasites

Living and feeding mammals, birds and reptiles around

world. There are about 850 different types of ticks. Two

families are soft and hard.

Ticks have a rough structure.

Used to break skin to nourish

blood. There are beak-like projections on this rough structure.

he is. There are backward protrusions that make it difficult to remove.

them from the landlords. Some tick species also


Once the tick is made while feeding, the substance dissolves.

Ticks looks for what happens to hosts

called "interrogation." Questing Stems Ticks

grass or perch at the edges of leaves

Front legs extended. When a potential host passes by

With extended legs, ticks climbs on them. For feed picks

different from several

hours to weeks, depending on host and tick type.

Ticks known

Diseases such as Lyme Disease and Tularemia.

Tick ??Life Cycle

Egg: Adult female ticks


Larva: In summer, the eggs turn into larvae. After

they bind to a host, start feeding and swell for more than a few days

with blood. Larvae feed on small mammals, deer and birds.

Late summer and early autumn.

Nymph: Most larvae leave their hosts after a meal.

and in the fall turns into nymphs. They are staying there until

next spring. The nymphs are then connected to their host and fed with 4.

Five days swelling with blood. Nymphs feed on rodents, small

mammals, birds and humans in the spring and


Adult: Once swollen, the fairies leave their host and melt

into an adult. Adult ticks in the autumn, looks for new landlords, waits

At the ends of grass and shrubs up to 3 feet high from the ground

usually along roads. Ticks don't jump or fly. Adult ticks feed

deer, people, dogs, cats, horses and other


Garden Care Tools

Equipping yourself with knowledge of care goes a long way in your DIY garden project. Continue reading the following for basic tips you will need, including weed control.

Having the necessary tools

Your hands are not the only tools you need for gardening, but you don't need to buy too many tools at once. Instead, focus on the basic tools to help you with your gardening.

Gloves: Without the right pair of gloves, you may have to deal with splinter shortage. Do not buy large gloves because they are difficult to use. Also, be sure to keep yourself away from insects and water when storing.

Hand trowel: Perfect for digging around and planting.

Spade: It makes it easier to dig holes and move mounds from one place to another.

Rake: It is a very important tool if you want to keep your garden clean from debris and leaves.

Hoe: Choose an anchor according to your garden type. If your garden is perennial, you may need a finer hoe.

Loppers: If you have something to walk around in your garden, you need a couple.

Long hose: Select the one with rain bar and adjustable nozzle.

Wheelbarrow: If you use compost or have a backyard with more soil, you need it. It can help you take a pound and pound.


Cutting off overgrown or dead trunks and branches is a fundamental task to keep your plants free from infections and diseases. Other garden plants such as shrubs, trees and roses need to be cared for and pruned.

Tip: When pruning trees, you should not remove 30% of the leaves of a tree at once. You can ask your garden experts to determine the pruning method you need for the task at hand.

At the end of winter, damaged shrubs and trees buddha. Never wait until spring. Keep in mind that damaged or injured stems and leaves can become infected and make the disease even stronger. It is better to trim the pruning or pruning of the broken limbs, even if the storms in winter cause other damage.