Biodiversity is key for any gardener who expects to harvest beautiful vegetables and fruits every season. From bees, bumblebees and sphynx butterflies, which pollinate crops, to “friendly” insects such as ladybugs and spiders that devour aphids, all are useful in the garden.

In this section, you will find tips on how to create a favorable environment for insects and other small friendly creatures, and how to avoid the proliferation of pests in the garden and vegetable garden.

The month of June is highly anticipated by our culture enthusiasts. Often synonymous with sunshine, heat and harvest, it is an important period. It is also the return of the pollinating insects! Their importance is significant for the development of your crops and the biodiversity of your garden. For several years, the declining population of...
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