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Webinar: Garden Allies - The Art and Science of Conservation
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1/11/2016
When: Monday, January 11, 2016
1–2 PM • ELA Members FREE • Non-Members $10

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Courtesy of Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA)

Conservation biological control is the practice of designing and managing habitat that supports beneficial insects that regulate pests, while reducing or even eliminating the need for pesticides in landscapes.

While many of the same flowering plants that attract pollinating bees also attract insects that attack common pests, effective conservation biological control requires a holistic approach to design that includes far more than simply growing the right flowers. Learn how to merge the principles of garden design and basic ecology to successfully influence the community of beneficial insects that keep pest insects at bay.




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