Got Worms? An Organic Gardening Guide to Chemical-Free Pest Control

Check out these great gardening tips from Omaha health & fitness expert Stephanie Bell (and be sure to follow her blog, too!)…

Squats and Squash

You know those pretty white butterflies that innocently flutter around your vegetable garden? They are white demons about to lay eggs on your produce that will hatch worms who have the munchies. Yes, I’m a hater and still harboring some ill will. After they infested my kale, I decided to seek the advice from pros. Ya see, I come from good tree huggin’ stock. Who better to ask than my father, Dan Bell, who has over 30 years of organic gardening experience (my mom represents on the flower garden side). This is what Dad Bell had to say…

Preventative Care

1. Cover Up. Protect your plants by purchasing floating row covers which is a netting that prevents insects from laying eggs on your plants.

2. Infiltrate from the Inside. Bacillus Thuringiensis (Bt) or Thuricide is a soil-borne bacteria that has been used since the 1950s to control insects…

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One thought on “Got Worms? An Organic Gardening Guide to Chemical-Free Pest Control

  1. Menos el peso de la concha en peso de los resultados finales le cobrará por la cantidad de error, y por lo tanto cobrar por la cantidad de pruebas de preferencia en el proceso de producción, es decir, cuando la carga de la prueba hacia abajo. Productos de cachemira de carga deben estar generalmente en el contenido de humedad de 13% a calcularse como un punto de referencia, a fin de asegurar la carga exacta por la cantidad. Varias partes de los productos de la pluma de llenado hacia abajo deberán ser simétricos.

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