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Organic gardening is gaining popularity today because of its phenomenon of doing away with chemicals. Using nature’s own balance to raise healthy plants nurtures the environment too. Along with a handy organic garden supply of tools and equipments, the organic garden can produce miraculous results. However, suitable material for growing the organic way may not be easily available. Sometimes the organic gardening enthusiast has to look into organic gardening supply shops.

The main content of an organic gardening supply are insects. Many insects and bacteria feed primarily on pests. They are a very attractive alternative to chemical pesticides sprayed over plays to eliminate pests. However, these pesticides kill the natural fauna in the soil too. Some of them are very beneficial for the growth of the plant. In addition, the extremely harmful side effects of the chemical sprays can be avoided by using the insects and the bacteria. Some of the insects provide a broad protection to the harmful pests whereas others affect some specific pathogen only. The ladybug, also known as the lady beetle or the ladybird, devour a variety of pests like the aphids, leaf worms, mealy bugs and mites. They reproduce several times in the hot weather.

The praying mantis, a relative of the grasshopper, is an indiscriminate glutton that eats up any passing insect. They are known to attack aphids, beetles, caterpillars and even frogs and lizards. Some of the other useful pests are lacewing larvae that attack aphids, mites, thripes, leafhoppers and white flies. There is a bacterium called the Milky Disease Spores that attacks the larvae of Japanese Beetles. These bacteria turn their blood milky white halting their progress to adulthood at the larval stage only. These insects and bacteria are available at the organic gardening supply stores. A good organic gardening supply of these insects can keep the garden pest free and healthy.

Varieties of tools are required when working in the garden. The tools required can be classified according to their usage. The main usages are: - cultivating, lawn care and tree care. The organic gardening supply for cultivation is the spade, fork, hoe and trowel. A lawnmower is the primary requirement for lawn care. Tree care requires secatures, bow saw and pruning saw. Apart from these tradition tools, there is a multitude of kits available to facilitate the gardening chores. These are the result of technology and greatly help the enthusiastic albeit busy gardener. Some of these kits are composting containers for making compost easily, soil analysis kits, mister bottles and portable sprayers; pheromone based insect traps and a lot more.

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