Spring is Coming, and So Are The Bugs! The beginning of spring is the most enchanting time of the year. Days become longer while warm breeze fills the air with lovely scents. Awakening nature brings new energy and optimism to all of its children and inspires us to welcome this...
Natural Ways to Control Pests Like the Fire Ants Fire ants aren’t just annoying. Anybody who has stepped on a fire ant mount by mistake will tell you that there is nothing more painful than a fire ant’s sting. If you have ever tried to get rid of fire ants,...
16 Gardening Hacks to Keep Pest Away For everyone’s well-being and health, fresh and green vegetables are necessary. Unfortunately, a lot of plants you buy from the supermarket grow and thrive with the help of pesticides, harmful chemicals, hormones and a variety of other unnatural ways.Thus, eating these kinds of...
Starting a Hive? Consider These Tips for Easy Home Beekeeping There’s an old saying that says “if you ask 100 beekeepers the same question you will get 101 different answers.” Beekeeping is a wonderfully rewarding hobby that takes time and experience to really get down to a science. Aside from...
How to Take Care of a Betta Fish Also known as “Siamese fighting fish”, betta fish are popular pets due to their brilliant, vivid colors and long, flowing fins. They’re relatively intelligent, and some can even perform tricks and recognize their owners. With proper care, bettas can live as long...
10 Preventative Steps to Save Your Home and Garden from Termites According to the National Pest Management Association, termites alone cause $5 billion worth of damage to homes and offices in the United States every year.To prevent a termite infestation, it is important to understand how termites get into your...
No one really likes bugs. Upon finding a creepy crawly while working in your garden. Your first reaction will probably be to kill it. Unless its a spider. In which case, it's probably to run. But really, how much do you know about these little guys? Big and small,...
It may be exciting to see deer in your garden for the first time but your joy will be short-lived when the deer are through with your garden. Deer are capable of causing a lot of damage to your garden due to their destructive habits. Another danger that deer...
As bee populations across the world face an uncertain future, more and more home gardeners are wondering what they can do to help out their local pollinators. Let’s be honest: not everyone has the means, equipment, or temperament to become backyard beekeepers. However, creating and maintaining a bee-friendly garden...
Every winter when the temperature starts to drop we have to make sure our houses are ready for it. That means protection from not only the cold wind and snow, but also from all the critters and pests that seek shelter from the season. There are a few simple...