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Tips for Organic Gardening – Essex County Greenbelt Association

July 4, 2012 admin mantisorganic gardeningpraying mantis


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Earth911.com interviewed organic gardening expert Barbara Pleasant on natural ways to garden without pesticides.  Tips for Organic Gardening – Essex County Greenbelt Association (author unknown) “Most of us would gladly get rid of all the pesticides we use on our gardens, and their plastic bottles listing toxic ingredients we can’t identify. But then, how do […]

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Bamboo and The Mantis

September 26, 2009 Joe bamboomantispraying mantis


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The watchful eyed Mantis is a beneficial predator for the organic garden. This one was photographed just outside my back door on on of the bannana trees.This is the ever changing corner of my garden. There is a bat house hidden in the bamboo and a traditional bird’s bath surrounded by mixed perennials. A very […]

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