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How to raise praying mantis in the garden

How to Raise Praying Mantis in The Garden

The praying mantis is one of the most beneficial insects to have in your garden. It is an adored predator that eats most of the pests, mites, and eggs in your garden. Hence, most gardeners like to grow their own praying mantises in order to get rid of problematic pests and insects. The praying mantis...
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How to Attract Ladybugs to Garden

How to Attract Ladybugs to Garden 🌿🐞

Ladybugs are considered a symbol of organic farming. They are one of the most beneficial insects farmers can have in their gardens. They not only make your garden look pleasing but have a voracious appetite for plant-eating pests and insects like scales, mites, leafhoppers mealy bugs, aphids, and lots more. In one lifecycle, these small...
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How to convert kitchen waste into compost

How to convert kitchen waste into compost

Nearly all of the food scraps including stale bread, grains, coffee grounds, tea bags, meal leftovers, fruit and vegetable waste, and general refrigerator spoilage goes into the trash box. What most people don’t know is that recycling, segregating and composting can reduce waste from 1000 kgs to only 100 kgs. The best part is, none...
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How to Fertilize Vegetable Garden After Planting

🥕🍅 How to Fertilize Vegetable Garden After Planting

Plants need light, moisture and nutrients to grow properly. Creating healthy soil with all the required nutrients is the key to producing a healthy harvest. If you feel that your plants and crops are not growing well, you might want to look into fertilizing them. Usually, people use manure, compost or fertilizers to add the...
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How to hang a bug zapper

How To Hang And Where To Place A Bug Zapper

One of the most unpleasant things that during the summer night we have to face is our back yard and garden full of flying insects and mosquitoes that are bothering us continuously. We have no clue how we can get rid of them. In order to clear the yard from these insects, people can try...
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