How to Have a Pest Free Garden the Organic Way!

Having your own organic garden helps give us the satisfaction and assurance that the food we serve to our families is healthy and safe. We know that we are living a healthy lifestyle and we also know that we are doing our part to help the environment and preserve a healthy world for our children. Having and growing your own organic garden  means no chemical synthetic fertilizer, pesticides, herbicides or toxic ingredients should be in your food. You can use natural ways to keep your garden pest free and keep your plants strong and healthy so that you can serve your family nutritious, fresh and healthy foods and at the same time make sure that their environment where they live and play is safe as possible and as free from toxicity as possible.

The infographic below can help guide you to having a pest free garden the organic way. So check it out and find out some easy DIY pest control tips and ideas to implement into your organic garden this year!


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11 thoughts on “How to Have a Pest Free Garden the Organic Way!”

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  3. Another fabulous infographic that I will pin and share right now – thank you so much for taking the time to add this to my #GoingGreenLinky Also popping by from #WasteLessWednesday

    1. HI Rosie,
      Thanks for hosting Going Green Linky and sharing my post. Thanks for the compliments. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day.

  4. Awesome just what I need as I am about to start planning out my garden patches. Thanks for sharing with #wastelesswednesday. Pinning!

    1. Hi Leah,
      Glad that my post helped you plan out your garden. Gardening can be fun but also a chore especially if all your hard work is destroyed by pests. So it is very important to know how to control them and be able to enjoy all those wonderful fresh and tasty veggies. Thanks for stopping by, commenting, and pinning. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day!

  5. We mostly hand pick, when we had the caterpillar infestation we broke down and used organic pest control (bT). It’s such a balance between getting rid of the pests so YOU can eat your crops and wanting to encourage the good bugs. There are methods discussed here I wouldn’t have thought of. Thanks for sharing on the Waste Less Wednesday Blog Hop.

    1. HI Katy,
      I agree that you do have to find a balance between the good and bad bugs and its not always easy. Glad to be part of Waste Less Wednesday. Thanks for hosting.

    2. HI Katy,
      I agree that it’s not always easy to find the right balance between the good and bad bugs – its takes some work and research. Thanks for hosting Waste Less Wednesday. Always love being part of it. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day!

  6. I think organic pest prevention is important though sometimes I would rather not grow a certain crop than work too hard battling pests. I worry about even organic sprays/powders accidental affect on pollinators and beneficial insects. In my mind a better tecnique is to just grow healthy plants of varieites well suited to your area.

    1. Hi Andrea,
      I agree with you – it is best to grow plants that are well suited to your area. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day!

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