Lots of animals want to feast on your garden. Here are some easy tried and true ways to keep them from harvesting all your veggies before you do.
Here are 4 simple home remedies that can help you get rid of many common problems in your garden, safely and naturally.
Here are some easy and time tested tips for keeping those otherwise adorable critters out of your garden, so your green peppers, cucumbers and beets actually stand a chance of ending up in your summer salad.
Ants can be a major nuisance in your house and garden, but you don’t need to resort to harsh chemicals to keep them at bay. In this article, we’ll explore natural ways to prevent ants from invading your home and garden, including different treatment options.
Herb and vegetable gardeners use tansy as a companion plant to drive away insects that would otherwise consume the harvest.
Since no plant is truly resistant, but rather less likely to be damaged by deer, it’s important to use other solutions to protect your yard and garden from destructive deer.
There are several ways to keep deer out of your garden, some of these deer repellents you may not even be aware of. In addition, there are many plants that deer will usually avoid.
The following tips to help keep spiders and their favourite meal-time pests out of your home.
Here are four methods you can start implementing right away with any aphid issues you may have.
When we start thinking of house plants, the idea of indoor plant insects does not usually occur to us. Unfortunately, there are a few insects that attack indoor plants.
Many homeowners have problems with moths in their house. It is very important to get rid of moths from your house. These insects may cause some problems in your house when they are not treated properly.
For those who want to refrain from using harsh chemicals to combat the infestation, there are a few organic ways to get rid of Japanese Beetles.
Here are several pros and cons related to using vinegar as a weed killing agent.
This is the fruit fly trap you’ve (I’ve) been looking for. The ultimate death trap for fruit flies. And yes, Mom was right; you can catch more flies with honey.
There are several indoor gardening supplies that can be used to control various pests from damaging your indoor crops, and will thus increase your plants’ yields.