Beneficial Nematodes Naturally Help to Control Yard Pests

June 08, 2017 2 Comments

Beneficial Nematodes for a Safe and Non-Toxic Yard

In our post on lawn treatments and the risk of environmental toxins from synthetic chemicals, we talked about beneficial nematodes. 

We had a number of people ask us about beneficial nematodes so we made a video that tells you what nematodes are, how they can be used, which nematodes you may consider using, and how to apply them! 

You can have a beautiful lawn that is just as safe and non-toxic as 4-Legger USDA Organic Dog Shampoo! Learn more by watching the video! 

 

A thank you to Kentucky Organics for letting us film and use them in creating the video! 




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Carolyn Havard
Carolyn Havard

July 07, 2017

How can I get rid of mushrooms that grow like crazy in my yard ? Yes my yard was once all woods and had it cleared . Please help what can I do?

Adra Trout
Adra Trout

June 10, 2017

Do nematodes eat fleas and flea eggs in the lawn besides the other positive benefits?

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