Books: Good Bug Bad Bug

Good Bug Bad Bug


Author: Jessica Walliser
Spiral-bound: 90 pages
Publisher: St. Lynn's Press (2008)
ISBN: 978-0976763192

Who's Who, What They Do, and How to Manage Them Organically (All You Need to Know About the Insects in Your Garden)

Good Bug, Bad Bug lets you quickly identify the most common invasive and beneficial insects (and other tiny critters) in your garden, and gives the best organic advice on how to attract the good guys and manage the bad guys without reaching for toxic chemicals. Garden expert Jessica Walliser also offers strategies for dealing with the new bugs in town, those worrisome strangers that are starting to show up as a result of climate change. Thirty-eight bugs, presented in full color on laminated stock, with concealed wire binding. A great gift for bug-lovers of all ages!

From the Back Cover:

Guess who's coming to dinner...

Do you know who's munching on your mums and snacking on your strawberries? Good Bug, Bad Bug is the quick and easy authoritative bug ID book, with proven, simple strategies for managing the most common invasive pests. Expert horticulturist Jessica Walliser shows you how to help your garden thrive...without reaching for the toxic chemicals.

"This exciting new field guide - from one of organic gardening's most exciting young pioneers - practical, timely and innovative, all in one." Paul Tukey

"An entomological tour de force. Congratulations, Jessica Walliser, on your solid treatment of the insect denizens of the garden." Dr. Paul Reed Hepperly

"How do you tell the difference between the good bugs and the bad? Jessica Walliser knows, and now you will too! Consider this book an important gardening tool. Whatever you do, don't leave it on the shelf!" Jeff Lowenfels

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