How to Use the Search Line

It’s best to type in only a couple of words, with the first word being the plant or insect or animal you’re trying to find more about.

Good search words might be: tomato disease or lawn weed or squirrel.

Avoid using three-letter words. Use peas instead of pea.

Search does not recognize “natural language” questions.

You won’t get anything useful if you ask why is my tomato turning yellow?

For better results here, use tomato yellow instead.

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