If you have a garden, you are proud of it. You will want to keep the unwanted pests and bugs out of it. Instead of spraying chemicals, you choose to do it the natural way. Cathy Isom has some tips about protecting your garden from hungry critters. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours.
When it comes to our gardens and making sure we are the ones that eat and enjoy our harvest, and not the critters, sometimes we have to play a little defense. One of the best “do it yourself“ pest repellants, and the most natural way I might add, is inviting the predators that will take care of those garden pests.
Some examples include:
- AND spiders.
- Insects too. Such as praying mantis, ladybugs, assassin bugs, and green lace wigs.
A healthy garden with minimum pest problems and high organic production requires some cooperation with nature, and that means working with the animals that will naturally protect your crops.
I’m Cathy Isom…