The Organic Gardener’s Manual Of Natural Insect And DiseaseJuly 2nd, 2012 | Posted by in Organic Gardening
U.S. Department of Agriculture's organic regulations has restricted the usage of pesticides, which were synthetic remedies employed by many gardeners. Pest and insect control is the most important problem faced by the gardener and employment of integrated pest management in your garden will help you take pest- and disease-control decisions in the organic garden. IPM involves when an insect or disease becomes a problem and the correct cause of the disease to eliminate the problematic organism. You must monitor pest populations in your garden and correctly identify or diagnose potential pests. Insect control begins with plant selection and biodiversity. Disease control improves the health of the ecosystem and individual plants.
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