Organic solutions is always our first stop in finding the best answer to your garden and landscape problems. We offer and have experience and knowledge in lots of different solutions along the lines of caring for the earth we live on! Not only do we offer beneficial options for pesky problems you might be having, but we also offer a lot of options to better your landscape before issues occur.
Danger lurks in a backyard garden. Aphids, cutworms, mealybugs and other pests are preying on your vegetables and flowers. Who’s an organic gardener going to turn to for help? Forget nasty, expensive chemicals, enlist the aid of “good bugs” that will battle and help control pest outbreaks and won’t even ask for a thank you, let alone a pay check.
Gardeners turn to biological control for help and to reduce or eliminate the need for chemical pesticides. These insects are the natural enemies of garden pests. That’s great news for growers because it means there is an effective, non-toxic approach for solving your bug blues.
Of the 4,000 bee species in North America, Mason Bees are among the easiest to raise, while also being gentle and amazing pollinators. By raising solitary Mason Bees, we can increase their population. It’s a great way to supplement the stressed Honey Bee and sustain our future food supply. The Mason Bee is a very productive pollinator for spring flowers, fruits, and nuts.
Holganix is a manufacturer of plant probiotics that harness the power of soil microorganisms to optimize soils and grow healthier, more sustainable plants.
In a moist, dark environment Beneficial Nematodes (Steinernema feltiae) kill almost all pests. Therefore, they are ideally suited to combat insects in and on the soil and those that bore into wood, trees and shrubs.
These microscopic, worm-like parasites actively hunt, penetrate and destroy over 230 different pests including fleas, fungus gnats, black vine weevils and white grubs. Naturally occurring, they are not harmful to people, pets, plants or earthworms and will continue working for 18 months.