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Pest Control the Natural Way Instead of chemical pest control, the natural pest control is proven to be less expensive and effective than buying and applying chemical pesticides and, besides, it’s safer for your family, your pets, your garden, and your environment. Applying natural pest control in the garden and field crops has many methods and all these is aimed at discouraging harmful insects from coming in the first place, and these methods are: pulling out any weak plants; building healthy, organic soil; using seaweed mulch or spray; minimize insect habitat; inter-planting and rotating crops; and keeping foliage dry. Pulling out the weak plants in your garden and in your crops should first be done, since they may already be infected or they may attract predators, so pull them out and dispose of them. In order to grow strong plants, apply natural composting methods or mulching and top-dressing the soil with compost or using natural fertilizer, in this way, harmful insects cannot stay long in a strong and vigorous plant.
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It has been found that seaweed contains elements of iron, zinc, barium, calcium, sulfur and magnesium, such that when seaweeds are used to fertilize plants, they help promote the healthy development of plants making them strong to withstand diseases and infection of insects and slugs, while seaweed fertilizer in mulch or spray form can give plants the strength to resist diseases caused by insect infection.
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The reason why harmful insects breed in the garden and field is due to the presence of weeds and debris, which can be breeding places for insects, so make it a habit of regularly pulling the weeds, clearing the debris, and using clean mulch. Insect pests are found to be plant specific, and due to this natural tendency, an effective natural pest control is apply the methods of inter-planting the plants or crops or rotating the planting of crops each year; in this manner, this method helps avoid the re-infestation of pests. A constantly wet foliage encourages insect and fungal damage to the plants, therefore, wet accordingly at an early time so plants are kept dry most of the day or apply drip-irrigation, which is delivering water to the root systems of plants. It is also important to disinfect your gardening tools, especially if you’re using these tools with infested plants, to reduce the speed of invading insects. Another approach to natural pest control is using beneficial insects to prey on harmful insects or on the larvae, these insects are: wasps, ladybugs, lacewings, hover-flies, praying mantis, and nematodes. Wasps are attracted to plants, like carrots, celery, parsley, caraway and Queen Anne’s lace and when they get to visit these plants, they destroy the leaf-eating caterpillars, and since these plants are easy to grow, some should be left for these wasps. The plants, like daisies, tansy or yarrow attract ladybugs, attract ladybugs such that when these insects come near these plants, they attack existing aphids, mites, whiteflies and scale that are present in the garden.