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. The methods applied for natural pest control 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, such that all these methods are aimed at discouraging harmful insects from invading the garden and the field crops. Weak plants are susceptible to be infected by predators and, if they are not removed in the garden and among field crops, they may likely infect other plants. When you apply composting methods or use the mulching process and top-dressing the soil with natural fertilizer or compost, this approach can help grow strong plants that can resist the invasion of harmful insects.
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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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Make the habit of pulling the weeds and clearing the garden of debris, which can become breeding places for insects and followed by using clean mulch. Studies show that insect pests attack on specific plants, therefore, when you apply inter-planting, which refers to planting mix plants or crops, these pests are likely to spread fast throughout the garden or field; therefore, rotating crops every year is an effective method to avoid re-infestation of pests. Because wetting the foliage encourages insect and fungal damage to the plants, water the plants and crops at an early time, so foliage will be dry for most of the day, but there is also another method, which is 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. Wasps, ladybugs, lacewings, hover-flies, praying mantis, and nematodes are beneficial insects that prey on harmful insects and their larvae, which is also another method of applying natural pest control. Plants, like carrots, celery, parsley, caraway and Queen Anne’s lace, attract wasps and when these wasps get to visit the flowers of these plants, they destroy the leaf-eating caterpillars, and since these plants are easy to grow, some should be left for these wasps. Ladybugs are attracted to daisies, tansy or yarrow, which when these insects come around, they eat any existing aphids, mites, whiteflies and scale that are present in the garden.