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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Quarry Books
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 10.25 X 8.25 (inches)|
Your guide to the beneficial insects in your garden!
Good Garden Bugs is an easy-to-follow reference to beneficial insects that provide pest control, allowing your garden to grow full and bountiful.
Aphids, caterpillars, grubs, and slugs are not only creepy-crawlies, they can wreak havoc on your garden and plants. But fear not!
You don't need dangerous chemicals to enjoy a lively, healthy garden. The secret? More lady beetles, fewer aphids! Wildlife in your garden--especially insects--can be natural pesticide alternatives.
From mantids to beetles to wasps, spiders, and everything in between, entomologist Mary Gardiner tells you how to identify these beneficial bugs, how to enhance your home landscape as a habitat, and how to work with them to grow and enjoy your garden.
"Gardeners looking for environmentally friendly ways to care for their yard and garden will find this a helpful resource. This book is science-based and yet very approachable. The book has a thorough index ready to help if classification orders are not your way of thinking. The book has a striking layout and feels wonderful in your hand. The sturdy pages should hold up to some outdoor wear. If you're a gardener looking to improve pest management and the ecology of your space, this is your book." - Joy Landis, Michigan State University Integrated Pest Management
"I received the book yesterday and it is beautiful! I think it's the best garden bug book I have ever seen." - Editor, Garden Therapy