Peace Tree Farm grower Lloyd Traven shows how he raises aphids in banker plants to feed the parasitic wasps that patrol his greenhouse, as well as how he uses mullein plants to provide habitat for other predatory insects. Read the whole story here: http://www.lancasterfarming.com/farming/produce/greenhouse-chooses-biology-over-chemistry-for-pest-control/article_2ebf9992-498f-11e8-8145-9fabcfd6cde1.html
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Peace Tree Farm employs a fleet of beneficial predatory insects and mites, as well as nematodes and bacteria, to maintain a pest-free environment at their organic growing operation.
June 22, 2019
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