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Book Review - Good Bug Bad Bug

Book Review - Good Bug Bad Bug

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Good Bug Bad Bug, by Jessica Walliser, is an indispensable field guide for quickly and easily identifying the most common garden pests and beneficial insects.

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Pollinating Insects in the Garden

Pollinating Insects in the Garden

Just like the predatory insects, you'll want to lure the pollinators to the garden.

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Predatory Insects in the Garden

Predatory Insects in the Garden

Here's a handy list of the beneficial insect predators that you'll want to invite to your garden.

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Releasing Ladybugs into the Garden

Releasing Ladybugs into the Garden

The idea is too keep them in the fridge for a short amount of time, not banish them to Siberia.

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Chives Are a Must-Have in the Kitchen Garden

Chives Are a Must-Have in the Kitchen Garden

I'm always looking for more ways to seduce the good guys to my garden.

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What is Sustainable Gardening?

What is Sustainable Gardening?

“Sustainable gardening” is a cool term if I've ever heard one. It sounds edgy in an incredibly responsible sort of way. In suburban farmer (that would be me) speak it’s: “Do no evil.”

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Attract Beneficial Insects to Your Garden

Attract Beneficial Insects to Your Garden

Get acquainted with the good bugs and lure them to your garden by planting flowers they like. It's a green way to keep your vegetables healthy.

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Bring on the Beneficial Insects

Bring on the Beneficial Insects

Not all insects are created equal. Some bugs, such as aphids and snails, think of your garden plants as dinner - they're the bad guys; the enemy. The other guys are known as the “beneficial insects,” and they are your cavalry.

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