Pest Control

Japanese Beetles

From the many garden pests, Japanese beetles are some of the best known. Gardeners all over the United States deal with them every year. The Japanese beetle has a shiny look, with metallic green and copper-brown wings. The average life span varies between 30 and 50 days, and feeding starts as soon as soon as …

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Organic Pesticides

Organic Pesticides Care For The Environment The preference for organic pesticides corresponds to the environmental trend that marks all the life sectors these days. People now rebel against the additives in food, the pollutants in the air and the chemicals in soil and water. That’s why the regular spraying of dangerous pesticides has triggered a …

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Pest Control

Pest control is as old as the practice of agriculture. Over the centuries, men have used all sorts of methods to keep pests under control in order to maximize the food production. Weeds for instance used to be burned off or plowed under, but in time selective breeding of pest-resistant plants, companion planting and crop rotation …

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Organic Pesticide

An organic pesticide can be concocted at home with really simple ingredients and very little money. You can now repel lots of pets without chemical substances that are toxic for the environment and detrimental for your health. How to do it? It’s pretty simple, you get online and search for organic pesticide recipes. It’s less …

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Garden Pest Control

In order to enjoy a safer garden for your family, you should seriously consider natural garden pest control over the use of pesticides and insecticides. Statistics reveal alarming figures for the use of chemical pest control in private homes. It seems that homeowners use three times more pesticides than farmers, which means that single-family homes are responsible …

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Garden Pests

The major garden pests include weevils, wireworms, slugs, aphids, birds, fungi, bacteria and even large animals like deer which can ruin your vegetables and flower beds and make a mess of your work. It is unlikely for gardeners to face all these threats but some of these garden pests will most certainly appear around your house. You …

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Garden Slugs

So many of use cringe at the sight of a garden slug. This slow creature in the snail’s family makes a formidable foe in gardens. First of all, it has a great regeneration capacity, and eggs can lie dormant in the garden soil for years, without you suspecting it. A gardener thus has an ongoing battle …

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