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Attracting and Maintaining Beneficial Garden Organisms

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  • Harvesting honey from your hive is a fun and exciting endeavor. Photos, videos, and step by step instructions to extracting honey from your backyard hive.

    How to Harvest Honey from a Beehive

    How to Harvest Honey from a Beehive

    by Robin Edmondson11

  • Vermicomposting is a good substitute for composting outdoors. Using a small bin, some newspaper or cardboard, red wiggler worms and a little patience, you can make nutritious compost for your garden.

    What Is Vermicomposting?

    What Is Vermicomposting?

    by Caren White2

  • Tips on how to help gardens grow vigorously, prevent disease, and deter harmful insects. Whether store- bought or produced at home, worm castings are a gardener's best friend.

    Worm Castings: A  Gardener's Secret to Success

    Worm Castings: A Gardener's Secret to Success

    by Catherine Tally9

  • Here are simple step by step instructions on how to set up a worm composting bin. From hints and tips on what wormery to buy, to what to feed the worms, this article shows you the starting stages of setting up your own worm farm to bring you the very best completely organic natural fertilizer for your garden.

    How to Set up a Worm Composting Bin (with step-by-step photo guide)

    How to Set up a Worm Composting Bin (with step-by-step photo guide)

    by GardenExpert9991

  • If you want to see a lot of birds in your yard, there are certain trees that you can plant that will provide just the proper incentive for birds—the types of food they love.

    Trees to Plant That Will Attract Birds

    Trees to Plant That Will Attract Birds

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney2

  • Mason Bees are one of the best-kept secrets of gardening and orchards. You have probably seen them many times and had not realized it. If you are a gardener, then you need to read this article.

    Pollinate Your Garden With Native (Mason) Bees

    Pollinate Your Garden With Native (Mason) Bees

    by And Drewson5

  • Beneficial insects and spiders are useful for keeping harmful insects away from your plants and garden. You can harness the features of helpful bugs by attracting native species or buying them online.

    Features of Useful Insects and Spiders

    Features of Useful Insects and Spiders

    by Melody Trent1

  • Toads provide years of free insect control in return for a simple shelter and a source of water.

    How to Attract Toads

    How to Attract Toads

    by Caren White0

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