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Archive for February, 2013

Pesticides are harmful to the natural world

Everyone should know exactly how risky insecticides are, particularly if it comes to veggies and fruits. Chemical pesticides do leave behind remnants of toxic substances on the plants raised in garden areas. Apart from this, pesticides are harmful to the natural world. As they definitely destroy infestations, in addition they eradicate just about any living […]

Natural Pest Control

Within this time period, there’s been an evergrowing interest on what the main advantages of Natural Pest Control can be, in comparison to the frequent procedure of making use of chemical established pest management methods. Everyone knows just how hazardous bug killers can be, particularly if it comes to fruits and vegetables. Chemical pesticides do […]

Beautify the Garden With Beneficial Insects

If only all good things came in such pretty packages; the ladybug insect happens to be one of the prettiest ways anyone could think of to adorn their garden. Few things can cheer people up the way these industrious and impossibly cute little bugs can. Ladybugs are beneficial insects and are used as the weapon […]

Green Lacewing Larvae natural aphid control

The ground is thawing, and spring around the corner seems to have sprung a little spring in your step. Well, what tells you it’s spring better than anything else? It’s a blooming garden, of course. The typical American household that owns a garden spends quite a bit every year on its gardening needs – as […]

All about organic foods and natural pesticide use.

Natural pest control including pesticides and sensible methods such as praying mantises are getting popular among organic gardeners. Using praying mantises or natural products are sensible alternatives to synthetic products. Especially in view of their usually low toxicity and their environmental impact, they should be preferred for use. Natural pesticides are clearly desired for optimal […]

Natural Garden Insect Controls

Green Lacewing Eggs will provide you with Green Lacewing Larvae for natural aphid and insect control while being extremely cost effective! Perfect for gardeners who do not want to use unsafe chemical substances to handle pesky insects. You can release Lacewings with other Beneficial Insects like Ladybugs and Praying Mantises!!Green Lacewing Larvae are the natural […]

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