I was doing some research on pillbugs and sowbugs to see if I could find out why they are all of a sudden being a hosta pest and ran across a website that indicated that they can be a real problem in the southern states, attacking live plants and literally eating them to the ground.
Another article suggested that they become a problem when the garden is out of balance. Ya think? We are over-heated, seriously dehydrated and suffering from sunstroke. If the garden was a human, it would be in the hospital with an IV stuck in its arm. Out of balance? No s#@t!