Battling Pesky Garden Bugs: My Worst Three

By DaisyRyder
June 24, 2017

There are subtle things in nature we overlook when cultivating our own gardens. We know what we want and what we want to grow but a garden based solely on desire will have its flaws. To grow a healthy ecosystem, we have to take a few notes from the wild. Incorporating knowledge in a desire makes dreams a reality.

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Jun 24, 2017 3:36 PM CST
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Name: greene
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If we do not upset nature by using chemicals, nature will balance itself. I welcome birds, frogs, snakes, and all creatures as they keep the nasty insects in check...not just bugs, true bugs, but all insects that may bother me or may bother my plants.

While all apples are a fruit, all fruits are not apples. Likewise, all bugs are insects but not all insects are bugs. https://thedragonflywoman.com/...
Sunset Zone 28, AHS Heat Zone 9, USDA zone 8b~"Leaf of Faith"
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