What’s eating my plants and how can I get rid of them?
Pests can invade, destroy, and annoy both the garden and the gardener.
While bugs are an inevitable (yet sometimes rewarding) presence in your garden, you don’t need harmful chemicals to ward off these little visitors. Many tried and true organic solutions can zap away pests without the toxic residues of chemical pesticides, which can leak into the ground and contaminate the groundwater that eventually flows from our taps.
Try the methods of the Urban Farming Institute’s Jon Albee and Ian Wolinsky to keep common garden pests out of your garden safely and naturally.
Learn how not to let your plants be eaten by insects by attending this free class, and many others, at the Urban Farming Institute.
City Class Details:
Cost: $15 Residents, $25 Non-residents
- City Hall
- Walk-In registration available at the Urban Farming Institute