Bug TEST

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For the gardens that have a vast number of insect species living in them, one should consider building an elaborate bug hotel that can accommodate different types of bugs so that they don’t wander everywhere and into the house as well. 5 Star Bug Hotels

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Why use Wasp Traps?

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Wasps are considered a menace in many homes, hence, the obsession with the elimination of wasps rather than their control using wasp trap. However, wasps have benefits s explained on extension.psu.edu as follows:

Most people know the benefits of honeybees, and they are not aggressive. Wasps are beneficial too, and should only be controlled when they become a problem.

The benefits of using wasp trap are numerous, and their use allows the gardener to experience the benefits of wasps in the farm, while ensuring that their family is not susceptible to wasp bites

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How to Keep your Rabbits Safe

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The outdoor housing means that the rabbit will be exposed to the benefits as well as the dangers of outdoor rabbit hutch housing

First, after building the rabbit hutch according to the exact specifications, it is important to consider ways to make the RABBIT HUTCH perfect and safe. The requirements are specified on rabbithutchesadvice.com

Secondly, it is necessary to stock the rabbit hutch with the necessary rabbit supplies especially because rabbits are very sensitive. Read More

Benefits of a Bug Hotel

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This realization has led to the introduction of bug hotel that have become common in gardens almost overnight.

Nature does a lot to help our fruits and vegetables along, not least by providing a legion of beneficial insects to pollinate our crops and prey on pests. It is impossible to quantify just how valuable these creepy crawlies are in keeping things ticking over on the productive plot but suffice to say we are hugely indebted to them!

By breaking ground on your bug hotel, you will be setting yourself up for a significantly less troublesome growing season. Sourced from: http://www.growveg.com/growblogpost.aspx?id=329

Sure, they missed a few dinosaur bones, but every creature had its role and its time and life on earth was lush and abundant. Sourced from: http://www.sgaonline.org.au/insect-hotels/ They aerate the soil, pollinate blossoms, and control insect and plant pests; they also decompose dead materials, thereby reintroducing nutrients into the soil. Burrowing bugs such as ants and beetles dig tunnels that break up compacted soil and create channels for water, nutrients and air to travel to the roots of the plants. Bees and butterflies play a major role in pollinating fruit trees and flower blossoms. Gardeners love the ladybugs and spiders because they control the size of certain insect populations, such as aphids and caterpillars, which feed on new plant growth. Finally, all insects fertilize the soil with the nutrients from their droppings. Sourced from: http://www.morinvillecommunitygardens.com/2012/04/5-star-bug-hotels/

Sure, they missed a few dinosaur bones, but every creature had its role and its time and life on earth was lush and abundant. Sourced from: http://www.sgaonline.org.au/insect-hotels/ They aerate the soil, pollinate blossoms, and control insect and plant pests; they also decompose dead materials, thereby reintroducing nutrients into the soil. Burrowing bugs such as ants and beetles dig tunnels that break up compacted soil and create channels for water, nutrients and air to travel to the roots of the plants. Bees and butterflies play a major role in pollinating fruit trees and flower blossoms. Gardeners love the ladybugs and spiders because they control the size of certain insect populations, such as aphids and caterpillars, which feed on new plant growth. Finally, all insects fertilize the soil with the nutrients from their droppings. Sourced from: http://www.morinvillecommunitygardens.com/2012/04/5-star-bug-hotels/

However, in most cases, the positioning of the BUG HOTEL will play the most important role in attracting the bugs. You can attract beneficial insects and other creatures into your garden and add to garden biodiversity by building a bug mansion – or even a more humble abode! Sourced from: http://www.wildaboutgardens.org.uk/thingstodo/inaweekend/bug-mansion.aspx

So the more bug varieties you can have in your garden the more of a balance you can create. Sourced from: http://www.sgaonline.org.au/insect-hotels/

There are numerous designs of bug hotel that a farmer/gardener can choose from depending on the target insects

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