Pest Control for Organic Gardening

Natural Methods for Pest and Disease Control for a Healthy Garden

Non-Fiction - Home/Crafts
34 Pages
Reviewed on 01/11/2015
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Pest Control for Organic Gardening: Natural Methods for Pest and Disease Control for a Healthy Garden by Amber Richards is a useful guide for readers with a lot of information on gardening and the benefits of organic gardening. Readers get to know more about the benefits of organic gardening, insects that can actually cause harm to plants, chemicals that can prove to be harsh to plants and much more. The tips are excellent and will help you produce healthy and tasty vegetables from your garden. The section on insecticides and harmful sprays is also very useful. The author also shares a step by step procedure to make organic sprays from our daily kitchen ingredients.

I found the book very helpful and I recommend it to all readers who are into gardening. The tips are easily applicable and can be put to use without much difficulty. The listing of harmful insects and beneficial insects for plants is very helpful in identifying them, and the book also tells how to encourage the beneficial insects for plants to survive. The author has moved from one topic to another very methodically, making it an easy read. Organic Gardening also highlights the fact that it does only good to the environment, making roaming in the garden safe for kids and pets. Reading this book is a learning experience as it covers diverse topics related to gardening.