How to control aphids. Everything you need to know about their lifecycle, habits, and predators.
How to Control Thrips
How to control Thrips using no chemicals or sprays. Learn simple procedures regularly used in commercial greenhouses for protection against thrips damage in ornamentals and agriculture.
How to Control Spider Mites
How to control spider mites using beneficial insects and mites as well as cultural controls. Learn about spider mites and what they need, so you can take it away!
Cannabis Pest Control for a home-grower
Learn from the pros: how to control common cannabis pests with beneficial insects and mites.
How to Control Aphids
How to control aphids. It's simple. Put down the spray bottle of home remedy and do what the professionals do. Learn how, here.
Gardening in the Heat – Garden Update, June 29
When a garden hits 40C what do you do to keep plants alive? See what we're doing in our organic raised bed gardens at Full Circle Farm.
How to Control Flea Beetles
Control of Flea Beetles can be easy and chemical free. Learn about their lifecycle and how that makes them easy targets for traditional Bio-Control Agents.
How to control the Coreopsis Beetle
Control of the coreopsis beetle is a multi-step process. First, get rid of the adults, and then prepare for the damaging larva left behind. This article explores non-toxic methods of coreopsis beetle control.
Garden Update: June 1 (week 23)
As promised: A thorough update of what's going on in the garden Days have been low 20's or high teens with lots of cloud and little bits of rain. Generally, good growing conditions. Plant growth is noticeable day over day right now, and that generally continues for another month until the low humidity kicks in... Continue Reading →
Garden Update: Week 22 (2021) A few pests.
Happy Victoria Day, Patriot's Day or regular weekend, depending on where you are. What a weekend it was for the garden. Sun and warmth until Monday when we got overcast and - I hate to say it - some much needed rain. First, a few pests to mention: My cherry is unhealthy to begin with,... Continue Reading →