It’s possible to have a highly productive garden of fruit and vegetables without using pesticides. Just plant densely with a large variety of flowering and scented plants that attract beneficial insects and repel those you don’t want. Such companion planting reduces pesticide use making produce healthier for you to eat, saves money and looks attractive. Angelo Eliades explains in this video.

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