Good BUGS, how to incorporate them in your garden?
Don’t kill the BUGS! Please do not use pesticides!! More than 95% of insects aren’t pests. Some pollinate our flowers and vegetables, while many others feed on pests in our gardens.
How to incorporate Beneficial Insects and prevent Pests in your garden?
Use disease and insect resistant plants
Incorporate plants that repel insects such Garlic, Anise, Basil among others.
Properly incorporate Companion Planting. You can help your plants by putting them with neighbors they grow well with. Remember: there are also plants that don’t do well together.
Attract BENEFICIAL insects in your yard by planting blooming plants, providing water and shelter.
Monitor your plants regularly to catch problems early.
Encourage birds, lizards and frogs – they can be very helpful in controlling insects.
Properly identify problem pests before treating and choose treatment according to the pest – Always try organic or home-made pesticide FIRST.
Introduce Populations of Natural Enemies such Lady Bugs. We can help you to proper incorporate them in your garden.
Be tolerant with a few pests; remember that they provide food for beneficial insects.
Allow plenty of time for beneficial insect populations to build up.
AVOID the use of pesticides.
Predatory Wasps – Red Wasp
Giant Wheel Bug
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