Controlling Pests In An Organic WayJune 22nd, 2012 | Posted by in Organic Gardening
Organic gardening involves management that includes soil amendments, fertilization and plant culture as well as pest control. Weeds are a perennial problem in any garden and soil cultivation, digging and turning the soil between rows is a good option. Mulching with newspapers is also a good organic weed control practice. Pests are difficult to predict and can be hard to control once they show up. Natural insect predators like earwigs, praying mantis, ladybugs, and spiders can help you control pests. Each time an organic pesticide is used in your garden, it is important to read and follow all label directions.
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