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Using beneficial insects instead of reaching for toxic pesticides not only makes your garden safe for all living creatures, but it can drastically increase pollination rates and plant production. Start here to find out how to put Mother Nature on your side.
How to properly use beneficial insects to control garden pests.
Attracting or importing "the good bugs" into your yard or garden is a great way to reduce the number of insect pests.
Instead of using harmful pesticides in your garden to control pests, consider incorporating beneficial plants that naturally deter them. These beneficial plants offer natural pest control and add beauty and diversity to your garden. From marigolds to mint, there are numerous options to choose from. These natural pest control options let you enjoy a healthier and more sustainable garden while also doing your part for the environment.
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