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Have you been considering backyard beekeeping? Keeping an apiary in your backyard is a wonderful way to keep fresh honey at hand, but did you know there are also other benefits of keeping bees? A honey bee hive can provide more than just honey. Some health benefits of keeping bees are reason enough to become a beekeeper. You'll also have positive impacts on your garden and environment when you start keeping bees. Learn the benefits of raising honeybees at home in this article.
Sharing with you comparisons between clover mites and spider mites. Spider mites and clover mites are two closely related pests that are found in gardens around the world. One is a common pest that feeds on succulents and cacti and the other prefers the taste of grass. So, how can you tell them apart? Check the full details on this pin #clovermites #spidermites #pests #succulentpests #gardening
Triumph in your battle against destructive insects: Control the bad bugs in your garden without harming beneficial insects using a DIY pest spray made from neem oil. It’s cheaper and healthier for outdoor and indoor plants, with no harmful chemicals or poisons. This easy, organic insecticide is a great choice for houseplants and gardens. Learn about neem oil benefits, and how you can use it to create a homemade solution of non-toxic, all-natural pesticide to prevent and treat bug infestations.
Do citronella plants really repel mosquitoes better than other plants and even DEET? In this article we discuss the effectiveness of citronella plants in repelling mosquitoes and whether it's better than DEET. Learn more as we also discuss the alternatives to citronella. #RepelMosquitoes #Citronella #BugSpray #DEET #UrbanOrganicYield
Setting up an area of your garden or a plant placed somewhere strategically where pests are allowed will help to attract beneficial insects such as ladybugs, spiders, hoverflies and parasitic wasps to find their way to your garden. #gardentherapy #beneficialinsects #gardening #gardeningtips
Help save the bees and pollinators - Feel good and Easy DIY project - Why water and feed bees?Bees and other pollinators need water to live, just as other animals do. Water is also used to help keep the hive cool, for thinning the nectar that they feed to larva, as well as keeping the humidity inside the hive at correct levels during dry times. #diy #pollinators #bees #savethebees