Back to main index

London Gardening





Control of garden pest and houseflies by non-chemical methods

If you are a urban dweller or rural, doesn’t matter. The pest in garden or open field is having existence in entire world. The chemical methods at the first instance are proving hazardous to the environment. The houseflies are becoming nuisance everywhere in housing colonies, flats, individual houses and elsewhere in the areas like fish market, cattle sheds or mutton stalls. If you apply chemicals then there is threat for human lives or living beings. It is not mandatory to use chemicals at the first instance. For example, if you wish to control sucking and rasping pest in open field sticky traps are the best option which saves the money of the farmer to a extent of forty percent of amount he contributes for chemical pest control. On the other hand person living in houses to control pests in their garden or houseflies cannot afford to go for chemical pesticides. They can use these non-poisonous sticky traps without any fear. In this context, we would like to introduce ourselves as s

  Click below to return to:-

London Gardening

^

This is the bigger text at the top

This is the main text of your posting.

Contact name


You must be at least 18 years of age to post on this site.

I'm sure this doesn't apply to you but racist, obscene or hateful postings are a criminal offence and will be automatically forwarded to the police. Your computer's unique traceable ID(s) are
3.233.221.149
3.233.221.149
CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
meaning you can be traced to your Internet Service Provider and to your home (or job.) The internet is NOT anonymous anymore.

Including your E-Mail address

If you put your e-mail address in your text, the server will convert it into a clickable link: try this. It's good practice to create a new e-mail account with hotmail or whatever for posting in forums, and abandon this account when you are finished on the site. This can be especially important if you are posting in the friendship forums.

This site employs various bits of cleverness that make it near impossible for roaming computers (called 'robots') to accquire your e-mail address, provided you stick it in the main text of your posting.

Back to

London Gardening

Main Index







Terms and Conditions of use.






London Gardening