Healthy Landscapes – Part 3: What To Do When Pests and Disease Happen
What are your safest options when pests and disease happen? We are becoming more aware of the impact of insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals that have been commonly used to control diseases in our landscapes. In this class we will focus on methods of intervention that help preserve our health, the health of the soil, and the beneficial insects that are so valuable in the landscape. Topics covered include:
- What are your weeds telling you about the soil? How you can use the weeds to determine what your soil needs.
- Beneficial insects and how we can attract and conserve them.
- How to determine if interventions are necessary.
- Organic methods of intervention – how to identify your best options, optimize applications and lessen adverse effects to beneficial insects and plants in the garden.
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