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Biological Vs Chemical Pest Control - Professional Pest Management Consulting, Services & Solutions From Pest Busters Enterprises – [ A Unit Of CWIIL Group Of Companies ]

When pests threaten to overtake your garden, choosing between the myriad available control methods can be challenging. Many chemical and biological options exist to help manage pests and maintain healthy, productive garden plants. 796 more words

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Types of Biological Pest Control - Professional Pest Management Consulting, Services & Solutions From Pest Busters Enterprises – [ A Unit Of CWIIL Group Of Companies ]

There are 3 Basic Types of Biological Pest Control Strategies: Importation (sometimes called classical biological control), Augmentation and Conservation.

Importation

Importation (or “classical biological control”) involves the introduction of a pest’s natural enemies to a new locale where they do not occur naturally. 2,034 more words

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Researchers Find Biological Pest Control For Potato Crops

Researchers effectively located and tested a fungus capable of feeding from the nematode, therefore a biological pest control was achieved, the use of chemicals ceased and agriculture on the region improved. 23 more words

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Biological control of nematodes

Alguns organismos vivos do solo podem ser praga ou causar doença, mas a maioria deles são extremamente benéficos. Como no ambiente acima do solo, quanto mais diversificada e ativa é a comunidade de microorganismos, menos provável é que um determinado organismo cause problemas. 756 more words

Biological Pest Control

Ladybug Lounging on a Leaf

I finally finished this fun drawing by adding a leaf and foliage in the background. To make sure the ladybug stands out strongly as the focal point of the drawing, the background is light and considerably less detailed. 248 more words

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Notes from the engine room

This week Emma our head propagator at sissinghurst is writing a piece about her work in the nursery. Emma is responsible for propagating all the plants  for sale in the shop and also for supplying plants into the garden. 790 more words

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