Beneficial nematodes are microscopic parasitic roundworms that control soilborne insects in their larval and nymph stages. They introduce bacteria that kills their insect hosts, providing a welcome space to nurture their young. Whoops! Not a very welcome guest! Read on to learn how to use them to combat garden pests.
Did you know that not all insects are pests? Many beneficial varieties may already be living in your gardens, helping to control populations of bugs that enjoy feasting on veggies, herbs, and flowers. Read on to discover who your friends are, and how to encourage them to work and thrive in your yard.