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Living Soil Biodiversity/ Fungus Gnat Smack Pack

Living Soil Biodiversity/ Fungus Gnat Smack Pack

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Let your soil come ALIVE! Our Bug Out Biodiversity comes with the living organisms needed to help your garden thrive with nutrient cycling and soil borne pests. 

Contains:  Dalotia coriaria (Rove Beetle), Hypoaspis miles (Stratiolaelaps scimitus), Oribatida mite, Oligochaeta annelida (pot worms), Springtails, Isopods. 

Living Soil Application

Indoor: 12/oz per 4 sq/ft of surface area.

Outdoor: 12/oz per 6 sq/ft of surface area.

Fungus Gnat Control

12/oz per 3/sq ft of surface area.


Benefits of Biodiversity

  1. Pest Control: A diverse range of plants attracts a variety of beneficial insects and other organisms that prey on garden pests. This can help keep pest populations in check naturally, reducing the need for chemical pesticides.

  2. Pollination: Many plants rely on pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and birds to reproduce. By having a diverse array of flowering plants, you attract a variety of pollinators, which can increase fruit and vegetable yields.

  3. Soil Health: Different plants have different root structures and nutrient needs. A diverse garden can help improve soil structure, prevent erosion, and enhance nutrient cycling, leading to healthier soil overall.

  4. Resilience: Monoculture gardens are more susceptible to diseases and pests that target specific plants. A diverse garden is more resilient to these threats because if one plant is affected, others may still thrive.

  5. Aesthetic Appeal: A biodiverse garden can be visually stunning, with a variety of colors, textures, and shapes. This can enhance the enjoyment of the garden for the gardener and visitors alike.

  6. Education and Learning: Gardening with a diverse range of plants can provide valuable opportunities for learning about different species, ecosystems, and gardening techniques. It can also promote an understanding of the importance of biodiversity in natural ecosystems.

Overall, biodiversity in gardening promotes ecological balance, resilience, and sustainability, leading to healthier and more productive gardens.


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