NOTE: Make sure you read the first three posts (in order!) before tackling the rest, or it could be confusing: Post 1 is Designing the future, Post 2 is Setting up the problem, and Post 3 is Estimating basic requirements.


Monday, November 06, 2006

Bug Boom

LiveScience had an article discussing the implications of an insect population boom in response to global warming. One sentence that stuck out at me was: “If they’re crop species, we could count on needing to use more pesticides and it could be very costly...” What are the implications for the organic gardener without access to (or desire for) pesticides? Over the coming years, it might not be a bad idea to study up on what type of pests munch on your crops in warmer latitutes, so you have an idea of how to fight them should they appear in your area. And, as always, ensure you plan out multitudes of crop diversity for your garden.


At 2:08 PM, Blogger DJEB said...

I hope to address this somewhat after a short while. I'm just about to go off to Japan for a few months, so I'm kinda rushed on things.

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