Beneficial Nematodes Naturally Help to Control Yard Pests

June 08, 2017

Beneficial Nematodes Naturally Help to Control Yard Pests

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! 




2 Responses

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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