“Pesticide” is the general term used for chemicals that target and kill pests like insects (insecticide), mites (miticide), weeds (herbicide), bacteria (bactericide) and fungi (fungicide). However, many of these are also toxic to bees. Each year, a lot of honeybee colonies are damaged or destroyed by these chemicals. This is a devastating impact on beekeepers, who might even have to relocate damaged hives. Some can also go out of business. Growers of insect-pollinated crops may experience lower yields, which in turn raises food prices.
How to Create a Weed-Free Lawn Without Chemicals – 2023 Guide
Creating a beautiful, lush lawn can be a great way to improve the look of your home and create an inviting outdoor space for your family and friends. However, keeping your lawn weed-free can be a constant challenge, and many people resort to using chemical herbicides to keep weeds under control. But some alternatives don’t … Read more