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Pest Control for Organic Gardening is a short audiobook dedicated to gardeners, who want to keep their gardens free from synthetic and often times harmful pesticides, and fertilizers. However, there still is the problem and pests and disease.

This book gives practical and sometimes surprising ways to address these problems in a biological method. It contains an extensive list of beneficial insects that can be used to battle harmful pests.

Organic foods grown on your own are healthier, safer, delicious, and fresher than their counterparts, which are chemically treated. It also promotes a healthier environment to our children, pets and at large. If you are concerned about the quality of the fruits and vegetables you serve your family, organic gardening can be a real solution.

By growing your own organic vegetables it can reduce your grocery bills. Even if one does not have the space or time for a full blown vegetable garden, raised beds or container gardens are great alternatives. They also need this information for best results for their care. Happy gardening!

©2013 Valerie Garner (P)2013 Valerie Garner

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  • 21-05-2014

Good primer for organic gardening

This is a good book for organic gardeners who know nothing or very little about organic gardening. It's a quick read, so don't expect too much in-depth information. However, there was more detail to this short book than I had anticipated.

I learned, for example, that I can mail order beneficial insects. Who would have thought? I'm sure there are people who do this all the time, but I had never heard of it. Some of the more detailed ideas of companion planting were also new to me.

Beginning gardeners will benefit from listening to this gem. It was worth the credit, and I will probably listen to it again, but people who already know the topic will probably find this a little too introductory for their tastes.

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