• Introduction To Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

    Introduction To Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

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    Integrated Pest Management (or IPM) is a holistic method of controlling pests with minimal negative impacts upon the ecosystem. This method of pest management promotes the understanding of natural forces (such as soil health and beneficial organisms), and the knowledge on how to harness them for the best long-term results, without totally ignoring the use of chemicals. This article is aimed at teaching you...
  • Fungal Plant Diseases & 8 Natural Ways To Defeat Them

    Fungal Plant Diseases & 8 Natural Ways To Defeat Them

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    As a gardener, there are few plant health problems that cause as much distress as a fungal disease. Unfortunately, fungi are one of the most common offenders that attack our plants, and they don’t discriminate between plants that belong to expert gardeners cultivating rare orchids, and novices nurturing their first tomato plant. Not all fungi are detrimental to plant health; in fact, there are...
  • Identifying Insect Pests & 8 Natural Methods To Eradicate Them

    Identifying Insect Pests & 8 Natural Methods To Eradicate Them

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    Whether indoor or outdoor, all plants are potential prey for the right insect pest, and some plants are much more susceptible than others. Knowing how to identify and eradicate these pests is integral to ensuring our plants live long and happy lives while keeping their natural, beautiful aesthetic beauty. Due to the ideal conditions in indoor and ornamental gardens, insect pest populations can explode...
  • Bacterial Pathogens in Plants & 7 Natural Tips To Avoid Them

    Bacterial Pathogens in Plants & 7 Natural Tips To Avoid Them

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    Bacterial infections are one of a gardener’s worst nightmares: unlike most insect pests, bacterial infections are incredibly difficult to control. Often there’s little we can do by the time we are able to identify a disease caused by bacteria. Unlike humans and other animals, plants lack a proper immune system, so they’re susceptible to a variety of pathogens. However, they do have a molecular...
  • 17 Questions To Ask About A Plant Health Problem

    17 Questions To Ask About A Plant Health Problem

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    Plants get sick for all sorts of reasons. Before we run in like a bull at a gate with the first health treatment that comes to mind, we need to dig a bit deeper and figure out what’s actually happening to our plants if we have any hope of helping them. All plant health problems can be broken into two categories: biotic and abiotic....
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