Linda A Gilkeson
 
   

West Coast Gardening: Natural Insect, Weed and Disease Control, 2nd edition
by Linda Gilkeson

Colour photos match page numbers in the 2nd edition.
of West Coast Gardening.

Additional photos for Resilient Gardening 2016 and
Resilient Gardens 2017 can be found here at the
bottom of this page.

Extra photos have been added to aid identification.

Leaf Chewers (pages 18-48)
Sap Suckers (pages 49-65)
Root Feeders (pages 67-83)
Borers. Seed & Fruit Pests (pages 85-98)
Gall Makers (pages 99-103)
Beneficial Species (pages 109-121)
Other Organisms (pages 124-128)
Foliage and Fruit Diseases (pages 131-154)
Branch and Trunk Diseases (pages 155-160)
Root Diseases (pages 161-169)
Disorders (pages 170-176) &  Resilient Gardens 2016 (pages 7-16)

Leaf Chewers
Managing Leaf-Eating Caterpillars
18
  Imported Cabbageworm
19
  Diamondback Moth
20
  Winter Moth
21
  Cutworms
23
  Large Yellow Underwing Moth
25
  Tomato Hornworm
26
  Big Poplar Hornworm
26
  Leafrollers and Fruitworms
27
 
Web-Spinning Caterpillars
29
  Northern Tent Caterpillar
30
  Apple and Cherry Ermine Moths
31
  Fall Webworm
32
  Silver Spotted Tiger Moth
33
   
Other Leaf-Chewing Caterpillars
34
  Painted Lady
34
  Tussock Moth
34
  Parsleyworm
35
  Woollybear
35
   
Other Leaf Chewing Insects
  Imported Currantworm/Currant Sawfly
36
  Rose Sawfly/Bristly Sawfly
37
  Pear Sawfly/Pearslug
38
  Asparagus Beetles
39
  Coreopsis Leaf Beetle
40
  Viburnum Leaf Beetle
41
  Colorado Potato Beetle
43
  European Earwig
44
  Beet/Spinach Leafminer
45
  Other Leafminers
47

 

Sap Suckers
  Aphids
49
  Greenhouse Whitefly
51
  Leafhoppers
54
  Mealybugs
55
  Soft Brown Scale
57
  Other Scale Insects
58
  Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
59
  Other Stink Bugs
60
  Boxwood Psyllid
61
  Spittlebugs
62
  Spider Mites
63
  Thrips
65

 

Root Feeders
  Carrot Rust Fly 
67
  Onion Maggot
68
  Cabbage Maggot
69
  Cabbage/Crucifer Flea Beetles
71
  Tuber Flea Beetle
73
  Pea Leaf Weevil
74
  Black Vine Weevil
75
  Strawberry Root Weevils
77
  European Crane Fly
78
  Narcissus Bulb Fly, Lesser Bulb Fly
79
  White Grubs
81
  European Chafer
82
  Wireworms
83

 

Borers, Seed & Fruit Pests

Corresponding pages in Resilient Gardens 2016

  Borers
85
 
  Raspberry Crown Borer
87
 
  Codling Moth
89
 
  Apple Maggot
91
 
  Currant Fruit Fly
93
 
  Spotted Wing Drosophila
95
 
  Cherry Fruit Flies
97
 
  Pea Moth
98
 
  Walnut Husk Fly
49
 

 

Gall Makers
  Blister Mites/Eriophyid Mites 
99
  Pearleaf Blister Mite 
100
  Hemerocalis/Daylily Gall Midge
101
  Mossy Rose Gall
102
  Jumping Gall Wasp
103
  Other galls (not in book)  

 

Beneficial Species
  Lady Beetles
109
  Aphid Parasitic Wasps
110
  Aphid Midge
111
  Syrphid/Hover Flies
112
  Lacewings  
113
  Ground Beetles
114
  Rove Beetles     
114
  Minute Pirate Bugs, Other Predatory Bugs
115
  Mermithid Nematodes  
115
  Tachinid Flies  
116
  Orchard Mason Bee/Blue Orchard Bee
117
  Yellowjackets
119
  Spider Mite Predatory Mite
121

 

Other Organisms
  Millipedes and Centipedes
124
  Slugs and Snails   
125
  Sowbugs and Pillbugs 
127

 

Foliage and Fruit Diseases

Corresponding pages in Resilient Gardens 2017

  Apple Scab
131
  Pear Scab
133
  Bacterial Blight of Lilac
134
  Black Spot of Rose
135
  Botrytis/Gray Mould
137
  Brown Rot
139
  Downy Mildew of Basil
44
  Downy Mildew of Onion
141
  Late Blight
143
  Peach Leaf Curl 
145
  Pea Enation Mosaic Virus
146
  Powdery Mildews
147
  Powdery Mildew of Rhododendron
149
  Allium/Garlic Rust
151
  Pear Trellis Rust
153
  Other Rusts
154
  Tomato Viruses (not in book)  

 

Branch & Trunk Diseases
  Bacterial Canker of Cherry
155
  European Canker/Nectria Canker
157
  Black Knot
159
  Crown Gall
160

 

Root Diseases

Corresponding pages in Resilient Gardens 2017

  Clubroot of Cabbage
161
 
  Damping Off
163
 
  Other Root Rots
164
 
  Phytophthera Root Rot on Raspberry
165
 
  White Rot
167
36
 
  Basal Rot
169
38
 
  Botrytis Neck/Bulb Rots
169
39
 
  Blue/Green Mold Rot
169
40
 
  Embellisia Skin Blotch
40
 

 

Disorders

Corresponding pages in Resilient Gardens 2016

  Tip Burn
170
 
  Leaf Roll (Tomatoes)  
7
 
  Blossom End Rot
170
15
 
  Green/Yellow Shoulders
(Tomatoes, Peppers)
 
16
 
  Catfacing (Tomatoes)  
11
 
  Cracking (Tomatoes)  
11
 
  Bitter Pit (Apples)  
13
 
  Watercore (Apples)  
14
 
  Hollow Heart (Potatoes)
171
14
 
  Splitting  
10
 
  Cold Injury
172
 
  Vernalization
173
 
  Blind or Button Heads
174
 
  Normal Cold Resonses 174
 
  Ricy Heads (Cauliflower)
9
 
  Sunscald on leaves
175
8
 
  Sunscald on fruit  
7
 
  Sunburn in Squash Family
175
 
  Heat-Induced Bolting
175
9
 
Pollination Problems
176
 
  Flower Drop (Tomatoes) 176
11
 
  Empty Ears (Corn)  
11