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Insects & "Plant Issues"

Since we're just getting started with our new website and there's simply too much information to upload quickly, we'll start by posting a very informative video about controlling insects in your garden, organically. If you have something you'd like to share with us, please don't hestitate to send an email. The more we know, the more we grow!

Here's three documents you'll want to read...

shim PDF Document Beneficial Insects

PDF Document Dealing with Iguanas

PDF Document Organic Solutions for Plant Problems

Whitefly "Controlling whitefly infestation is not an easy job. The best way I know is to use yellow sticky traps in conjunction with regular rinsing of the undersides of leaves with Bon-Neem Oil and Dr. Bronner's Peppermint Soap as an insecticidal soap. But you have to be proactive and diligent. I think the trick is simply to not give them an easy place to live and multiply. Organocide is another organic way to keep whitefly and other insects away from your plants." - Rick Smith



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