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How To Help Friendly Insects Protect YourGarden
Your garden is a wonderful example of a happeninghabitat populated by both good and bad elements
Know them: Find below a partial list ofthe commonly found pestsFriend pests: Beneficial nematodes, big-eyed bug,braconid w...
How the natural food chain works:The good pests or call them police of your gardencan be divided into standalone types nam...
Thank You   To have a complete look at the article visit:http://www.varanasiestate.com/how-to-help-  friendly-insects-prot...
How to help friendly insects protect your garden
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How to help friendly insects protect your garden

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Encouraging presence of garden friendly insects by creating an ideal habitat and sustain the environment through continuous monitoring will help protect your garden.

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  1. 1. How To Help Friendly Insects Protect YourGarden
  2. 2. Your garden is a wonderful example of a happeninghabitat populated by both good and bad elements
  3. 3. Know them: Find below a partial list ofthe commonly found pestsFriend pests: Beneficial nematodes, big-eyed bug,braconid wasps, damsel bugs, minute pirate bug,rove beetles, honeybee, dragonfly, ground beetle,hover fly
  4. 4. How the natural food chain works:The good pests or call them police of your gardencan be divided into standalone types namelypredators, parasitoids, and pollinators. A predatorinsect captures and eats enemy pests as part of itsfood consumption process.
  5. 5. Thank You To have a complete look at the article visit:http://www.varanasiestate.com/how-to-help- friendly-insects-protect-your-garden/
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