Pest Control

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Organic gardening is very much about having an integrated growing space. A mixture of crops, flowers and encouraging wildlife to create a balance in the garden is one of the bedrocks of growing organically. Problems may arise, however, and when they do, there are a variety of methods that can be of assistance.

A good example are bio controls, which bring in predators to offset pest numbers – the most famous being the ladybird and its larvae’s ability to tackle aphids. Barriers & traps are also very efficient methods of organically controlling problems, from yel. . . Show More >

Organic gardening is very much about having an integrated growing space. A mixture of crops, flowers and encouraging wildlife to create a balance in the garden is one of the bedrocks of growing organically. Problems may arise, however, and when they do, there are a variety of methods that can be of assistance.

A good example are bio controls, which bring in predators to offset pest numbers – the most famous being the ladybird and its larvae’s ability to tackle aphids. Barriers & traps are also very efficient methods of organically controlling problems, from yellow sticky cards enticing pests into traps with pheromones, to copper banding or slug collars that place a barrier between your plants and the slugs and snails. A variety of organic sprays can be used to help combat unwanted attention and these can be of great use when the problem seems to be getting out of control. You can help keep pests down by using a mixture of methods, including hygiene, companion planting with predator-friendly plants and making sure you stay observant. It is important to note that when using bio controls to make sure the pest is present in sufficient numbers before applying.


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Organic gardening is very much about having an integrated growing space. A mixture of crops, flowers and encouraging wildlife to create a balance in the garden is one of the bedrocks of growing organically. Problems may arise, however, and when they do, there are a variety of methods that can be of assistance.

A good example are bi. . . Show More >

Organic gardening is very much about having an integrated growing space. A mixture of crops, flowers and encouraging wildlife to create a balance in the garden is one of the bedrocks of growing organically. Problems may arise, however, and when they do, there are a variety of methods that can be of assistance.

A good example are bio controls, which bring in predators to offset pest numbers – the most famous being the ladybird and its larvae’s ability to tackle aphids. Barriers & traps are also very efficient methods of organically controlling problems, from yellow sticky cards enticing pests into traps with pheromones, to copper banding or slug collars that place a barrier between your plants and the slugs and snails. A variety of organic sprays can be used to help combat unwanted attention and these can be of great use when the problem seems to be getting out of control. You can help keep pests down by using a mixture of methods, including hygiene, companion planting with predator-friendly plants and making sure you stay observant. It is important to note that when using bio controls to make sure the pest is present in sufficient numbers before applying.


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