Added by on 2017-09-21

Watching as your plants are being destroyed by pests like slugs, aphids or cabbage worm can be very frustrating. However, there are many ways to use nature’s own organic pest controls to avoid your crops being damaged in this way. This video demonstrates simple pest control techniques which can help you to reduce harmful pests and stop them from damaging your fruit and vegetables. We explain which methods work best for different types of pests, as well as how to use natural habitats and barriers for future protection. A simple way to find out which pests attack which plants is to follow the plant guides in our Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: and many more… Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPraying Mantis – Best Natural Pest Control & benefits for your Garden Part 1Easy Organic Pest Control for Your Vegetable GardenNatural Weed Control in the Vegetable Garden – GardenForkPlanet Orange Bay Area Pest Control – People and Pest Friendly SolutionsWatering Your Vegetable Garden: How to Water Plants for Healthier GrowthVegetable Gardening : How to Control Ants in Vegetable Gardens

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  • Chain Impact 8 months ago

    intro and outro music is a bit loud.

  • Jan Vautard 8 months ago

    Someone recently suggested to a gardening group to which I belong using duct tape to remove eggs and insects from the leaves of your plants. He said it works very well, so make that one more non-standard way to use duct tape.

  • Yvonne Lee 8 months ago

    Very helpful video. Thank you.

  • Beaguins 8 months ago

    Would using sacrificial plants increase the population of unwanted insects?

  • huong nguyen 8 months ago

    Thank you! It helps me a lot!!

  • JT Bear 8 months ago

    Thanks for the great video, lot's of good info in there for me to try!

  • Carolina De La Ossa 8 months ago

    Hi, I live in Costa Rica and since here is really humid and rainy some of our trees suffer from a weird kind of fungus that starts growing in the bark. Can you do a video about this other type of "pests" or any other type of harmful stuff that can affect the plants rather than insects? That's happening to our mango tree but I'm concerned that it might also affect other stuff I'm planning to plant on some pots. It haven't affect any other plants on my garden but I'm still concerned though.

  • montacor22 8 months ago

    Wow, unlike most videos I've been looking at this one was actually helpful. Now I know the importance of flower power

  • Pest Control Sacramento 8 months ago

    Yup. These tips will help

  • rickyy1234 8 months ago

    Thanks for the tips. feel free to checkout some of my gardening vids and tell me where you think I might be able to improve. Thanks

  • Pest Control Austin 8 months ago

    Gotta love consumption friendly food

  • Pest Control Las Vegas 8 months ago

    hanks so much. Great advice! I am new at organic gardening. 🙂

  • Pest Control Orlando 8 months ago

    I've learned how to protect and conserve my garden.

  • Pest Control of Houston 8 months ago

    Thank you. Very educational. I appreciate this upload for my own personal garden.

  • Atlanta Lawn Care 8 months ago

    The range of flowers that attract helpful bugs is a good tip, thanks.

  • SamytheGreek 8 months ago

    beer for slugs and snails to get drunk on then drown, that's funny

  • Garden Sheds Devon 8 months ago

    I found this post very educational! This video presented various ways on how to control pest which is very useful to all kinds of gardeners. Through this video, I've learned how to protect and conserve my garden. You will never regret on watching this! One thing for sure is that I will truly recommend this video! 

  • Hoda Gibreel Osman 8 months ago

    Many tips good to practice, and sure will help. Good video, thanks for sharing.Killing ants has to be done (sorry), they are getting inside the house and around anywhere in the kitchen. While my balcony plants when there is ants – sure aphids as well. Spray for ants..and sure …..

  • CharlysGardenSchool G 8 months ago

    but, remember: boiling water wreaks havoc on bacteria and worms, too, so it depends on your tolerance and your holistic approach. Not a judgment, just an expanded view.
    Happy Gardening! Love my GrowVeg program!!!!!