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August 26, 2015
by Faye Sakellaridis
The last thing any herb gardener wants is to see their beautiful greenery infested with pests. And while it’s not very common, it can happen, especially depending on what herbs you’re growing. Herb gardens add a lot to our lives through their culinary and health benefits. Instead of treating the herbs you eat and use with pesticides, you can use natural solutions to both prevent and fix infestations offered by this blog over at seemingly the endless reserve of herbal knowledge, Herbal Academy of New England.
Knowing your herbs individually and how they react to each other is essential to maintaining a thriving garden. Certain herbs can help each other out by preventing the spread of disease or infestation:
It’s also crucial to understand the insects you’re dealing with. Bugs will attract other bugs, such as the praying mantis, whose craving for bugs will do the dirty work of eliminating them for you:
Find out more about how you can protect your herb garden here.
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