Word from the Farm: The Benefits of Beneficials

Whether you are planting a backyard garden or establishing a field, there are two things you must think about – beneficial plants and beneficial insects. Beneficial plants are plants that require minimum care, like spraying, trimming, watering, and otherwise maintaining. Similar to a wild meadow, this assortment of plants creates an appropriate habitat for good insects while also benefiting the environment. Also called insectaries, beneficial plants are varieties that attract and invite a diversity of beneficial insects.

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