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Better — and safer — than chemicals, biological pest control is based on highly specific, naturally occurring diseases caused by insect-infecting bacteria, protozoa, viruses and fungi. These biopesticides are very effective against their target insects but are non-toxic to humans, pets, wildlife and beneficial insects. Bio-pesticides are also short-lived in the environment and are less likely to produce insect resistance than synthetic chemicals.

  • Semaspore Grasshopper Control

    Semaspore Bait

    Contains a naturally occurring protozoa that is specific to grasshoppers and …

  • Monterey Bt kurstaki (Bt-k) 1

    Bt kurstaki (Bt-k)

    A naturally occurring soil bacteria ideal for controlling leaf eating caterpillars.

    $14.95 $10.50
  • EcoBran Grasshopper Bait 1


    Kills grasshoppers fast and is for growers that require an immediate knock-down.

  • Fire Ant Bait

    Fire Ant Bait

    Uses a naturally occurring soil fungus (Abamectin) to completely eliminate colonies.

    $32.50 $27.95
  • Safer Garden Dust

    Garden Dust

    Apply when caterpillars are first noticed and repeat every 7-10 days or as necessary.

    $7.95 $6.50
  • Garden Insect Spray

    Garden Insect Spray (Spinosad)

    Spinosad is a relatively new insect killer that was discovered from soil in a rum …

  • Met52 EC Bio-Insecticide

    Met52 EC

    Safe and effective for use against thrips, fungus gnats, mites and whitefly!

    $64.95 $59.95
  • Milky Spore Disease

    Milky Spore

    Milky Spore targets and discriminately works to attack the white grubs of …

    $34.95 $27.95
  • mosquito-bits

    Mosquito Bits

    Bti-coated granules are very effective against mosquito and fungus gnat larvae.

    $11.95 $9.95
  • Mosquito Dunks

    Mosquito Dunks

    Kills mosquito larvae for 30 days! Mosquito Dunks have been used for years …

    $7.95 $6.50
  • Venus Fly Trap

    Venus Fly Trap

    The best known of all carnivorous plants! The Venus Fly Trap lures insects …

    $9.95 $6.50
  • Good Bugs for Your Garden