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Beneficial Insects

We really like helping nature take its course.

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.

Charlotte's Web ... In Your Garden

Beneficial Insects

Spiders are generally of two kinds, the web spinners or weavers, and the hunters.

Learning To Love (Some) Bugs

Beneficial Insects

A new book takes a holistic approach to the use of beneficial insects in organic gardens.

Ladybug or Ladybeetle?

Beneficial Insects

Why this gardener's friend is better than pesticides.

Bee Decline and Chemical Companies

Beneficial Insects

Bayer CropScience claims its pesticides aren't involved in colony collapse, blames mites.

Bees Swarm Media

Beneficial Insects

Learn how bees play an important role in agriculture and everyday life.

Ladybugs To the Rescue

Beneficial Insects

Learn how to fight garden pests with the best known insect predator available.

Honeybee Population in Decline

Beneficial Insects

Here's two-breaking stories on bee decline, pesticides and politics.

News: GMOs, Bees and Politics

Beneficial Insects

At least one Senator is showing some regret that the Monsanto provision was included in the budget bill.

Worm-Like Parasite Attacks Insect Pests

Beneficial Insects

These microscopic soil predators control lawn grubs and all kinds of soil pests.

Controlling Insect Pests With Birds

Beneficial Insects

How to attract bug-eating birds to your garden for organic insect control.

The Effect of Pesticides on Beneficial Insects

Beneficial Insects

Broad spectrum insecticides not only get rid of the bad bugs, they knock out the good bugs too.