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It takes a lot of work and a fair amount of money to grow a garden, and a top fear of every gardener is having their investment wiped out by deer, rabbits, and any number of insect invaders and unwanted visitors.
Keep critters and pests out of your yard and garden with heart! The Guide to Humane Critter Control keeps unwanted guests away safely and organically. With natural, nontoxic pest solutions to protect your yard and garden, The Guide to Humane Critter Control is filled with clever ways to be proactive and stop pests from feasting on the bounty you've been working on all season.
Written with an eye towards embracing the environment, The Guide to Humane Critter Control shows many ways to incorporate protective barriers without ruining your design elements, outsmart the invaders using insect behavior, use scent to your advantage, and more. This important guide offers tips involving such elements as insect behavior, scents, and sound.
With methods and products that are not only kind to wildlife and insects but also healthier for children and pets, this is the blueprint for creating a safe backyard for play, beauty, and healthy fresh-grown foods.
The Guide to Humane Critter Control covers such topics as how to identify the source of garden and yard issues, organic pest control, selecting effective products, creating a healthy garden, and attracting beneficial insects and animals which makes it a must have for gardeners worldwide.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Theresa Rooney is a self-taught, life-long gardener. She is a Master Gardener and has turned her small urban yard into a Certified National Wildlife Habitat and home to an increasing number of welcome and unwelcome critters. She has written articles for Minnesota Gardener Magazine and teaches gardening classes.