Home Garden and Pet Pest Control
Home Garden and Pet Pest Control.
Organic Pest Control: Seasonal Tips.
One of the most important precautionary things you can do to organically control pests is monitor the seasons. Pests do different things during each season. Make sure you perform the tips and precautions in this article before your garden or plants get attacked and destroyed. Read More.
Little Known Aspects of Organic Pest Control.
The idea of organic pest control is a current trend in the pest control industry. It is illegal in some states for a pest control business to advertise pest control products as safe for humans, children, or pests. Read More.
How to Make Tomato Leaf Spray.
When it comes to organic gardening, homemade remedies are a longstanding tradition. Organic gardeners have had to become creative in finding ways to battle insects without the help of nasty chemicals. Read More.
Organic Pest Control: Tomato Hornworm.
The tomato hornworm are voracious. They munch on leaves, stems, and even immature fruit. They are commonly known to attack tomatoes but also attack peppers, potatoes, and peppers. You will likely see the damage before you see the hornworms. Read More.
Natural Rat Control Tips.
Most people don’t enjoy the idea of rat traps or rat poisons. So, natural rat control is the other option. Natural rat control is simple. You have to learn a few things that rats don’t like. Read More.
Organic Pest Control Mixes
In this article, we provide a summary of what organic garden pest control mixes contain and how they work. Read More.
Flaming Garlic Spray.
There are plenty of recipes for Flaming Garlic Spray but the main ingredients include: garlic, chilli peppers, soap, vegetable oil, kerosene and water. Read More.
More Organic Gardening Methods
There are numerous ways to protect your garden from pests and unwanted diseases. One of them is to use fine mesh netting.... Read More.
Organic Gardening Starts with You.
If you walk into any garden store you will find loads of shelves with chemicals. These chemicals are to control pests in your garden. Most people spend hundreds of dollars on these products each season. ... Read More.
Choosing Green Pest Control.
Do you have pests in your home or garden? Are you hesitant to introduce harmful chemicals to your pets and family? You should be because chemicals can negatively affect plants, humans, and wildlife... Read More.
Gopher Poison More Dangerous Than You Think.
Gopher poison can cause unintended harm to other animals in the process of eliminating the rodent. One of the main drawbacks of using poisons to eliminate or control gopher problems is the possibility of family pets ingesting the poison by accident... Read More.
Do Electronic Rodent Repellants Even Work?
When rodents find a way to into your home they can become a big problem. They make noise at night while they roam around the attic and inside your house and keep you up. They also carry disease and spread them with their urine and droppings... Read More.
Sometimes You Should Keep the Pests in the Garden
For the most part, you don’t want many pests in your garden. However, there are some occasions that you don’t want to kill the pests either. There are numerous insects that are beneficial to a garden in the long run. For example, spiders usually help in eating dangerous and annoying pests... Read More.
What Green Pest Control Is
The entire concept of integrated pest management (IPM) starts with learning how and why a pest enters a home or building. Read More.
Natural Vole Removal.
Voles burrow into the root systems of shrubs and trees. They tend to gnaw on tree trunks and shrub bases. Voles also damage flower bulbs and potatoes in a garden. However, they are more known for eating grass blades and stems. They also leave runways in the lawn that can make it unattractive. Read More.
Prevent Insect Damage in Your Natural Garden.
First and foremost, the easiest way to avoid insects damaging your garden is discouraging them from coming in the first place. A healthy garden is the best defense against insects. In this post, we’ll discuss how to maintain a healthy garden to prevent insect damage. Read More.
Natural Pest Control with Glue Papers, Herbs, and Oils.
Pest control is usually high on our list when it comes to keeping them out of our home and yard. Not many of us want toxic pesticides polluting our environment. We would rather use an effective natural pest control method. Read More.
Get Rid of Ants Naturally.
Instead of calling an exterminator try an organic approach by killing them with a natural ant killer. In this article, we will discuss a simple process that is often cheaper and more effective than store-bought or exterminator provided ant killers. Read More.
Get Rid of Raccoons Naturally
Raccoons are pretty smart. Combine that with a bit of boldness and curiousness and you could have a formidable opponent. They are night creatures known for their cunning and destructiveness too! Read More.
Organic Gardening Tools.
There are plenty of gardening tools online and in brick and mortar stores. However, organic gardening requires tools that chemical gardening does not. Read More.
Get Rid of Gophers Naturally.
Gophers can be a serious nuisance. However, the great news is that you can get rid of them humanely. No matter what some people think rodent poisons are not a long-term solutions. It doesn’t matter how many they kill there are usually just as many to replace the dead ones. In order to get rid of gophers for the long-term you must make your property unappealing to gophers or impossible for them to get to. The trick is making that happen. Read More.
Taking care of your organic garden is much like taking care of anyone or anything around you. Basically, if you care for your plants with care and respect you will do great. What happens when you abuse things around you? It causes unnecessary stress and creates wounds that can lead to disease and other problems. The same things can happen to your garden. Healthy plants are happy plants. Read More.
Organic Pest Control and Organic Pesticides
Insects are unwelcome visitors to our lawns, homes pets and vegetable gardens. Traditional pesticides consisting of synthetic chemicals may have harmful effects on your family and pets when used on unwanted pests. Read More.
Excellent Organic Pest Control, Anyone?
A lot of people with organic gardens live within the city and town limits but they still have to be aware of the pests that may prey on their gardens. Most gardens get unwanted visitors like squirrels, rabbits, moles and goffers. One person I read about even had a black bear come and invade his garden. Read More.