Yamagamis Nursery Sustainable Gardening Part 1
Gisele Schoniger, Kellogg’s Organic Garden Educator, speaks at Yamagami’s Nursery on “Sustainable Gardening” March 28, 29, 2009.
Beneficial Insects For Pest Control – Sustainable Gardening – Healthy Gardening Series
Insects that can drive out garden pests include what? Insects that can drive out garden pests include:
Ground beetles – they are able to naturally dispatch garden pests. Ground beetles are highly active insects with strong, hooked jaws that can dispose of beetle larvae, cutworms, and other garden pests.
Lacewings – they are plant pests’ natural defenders. They are able to consume lots of aphids, scale insects, thrips, and small caterpillars.
Predatory bugs – these include assassin bugs, minute pirate bugs, and ambush bugs. They are able to take out tomato hornworms, corn earworms, thrips, and several insects’ eggs.
Wasps – they are insect group that provide control of garden pests. They are the primary attackers of pests’ eggs.
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Organic and Sustainable Gardening
Reggie Reeves gives an overview of using both organic and sustainable practices in your garden.