Creating a pesticide-free garden doesn’t have to be difficult. The following tips will help you get started:
#1 Use natural planting
The more natural your planting scheme the less likely youíll be to use pesticides. Natural planting will attract an array of creatures into your garden which will be beneficial.
#2 Use companion planting
Companion planting is a great way to avoid using pesticides in your garden. If youíre growing cabbages or broccoli for example, you can interplant them with marigolds or chives and onions to help confuse the pesty cabbage fly and other creepy crawlies.
#3 Use natural traps
You can easily get rid of slugs by using shallow containers filled with beer. Basically the slug will crawl into the trap and die. You can also use the old trick of picking them off by hand at night! If youíre really serious about organic gardening then you may just need to resort to such measures to keep your garden pesticide free.
#4 Net your plants
It may be worth investing in a set of nets. You can net anything from cabbages to fruit trees. Depending on the type of net you use you can keep most, if not all, unwanted creatures away from your vegetables.
#5 Go wild
Plant a range of wildflowers. Even a small patch of wildflowers will bring insects such as bees into the garden which will be beneficial as they will keep other pesky creatures away.
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