Pest Control for Organic Gardening: Natural Methods for Pest and Disease Control by Amber Richards

4.5 star rating gardening book

Pest control for organic gardening: natural methods for pest and disease control

Does putting toxic chemicals on your garden, especially when growing 
vegetables, herbs and fruits concern you? It should, as these can pose 
health risks to your families, pets and the environment. Yet, there is a 
problem. How do you defend your garden from various pests and diseases that can destroy a garden?


Pest Control for Organic Gardening is an e-book for gardeners (especially 
helpful for beginner gardeners), that gives practical and sometimes surprising 
methods to address these problems in biological and natural means. 

Organic foods grown on your own are healthier, safer, delicious, and fresher 
than their counterparts, which are chemically treated. It also promotes a 
healthier environment for everyone.


Growing your own organic food can reduce your grocery bills and is an 
enjoyable hobby at the same time. Even if you don't have the space or time for a 
full blown vegetable garden, raised beds or container gardens are great 
alternatives. These also need this information for best results to get a robust, 
healthy harvest.

Genre: GARDENING / General

Secondary Genre: GARDENING / Organic

Language: English


Word Count: 7200

Sales info:

Ebook in English only at this point, sells between 10 - 40 copies per month.  Print edition just released, but too soon for stats.

I will be also making this into a paperback edition through Babelcube (hopefully more commissions for your work you do once), and will set up a landing page for this book and promote it (as with all my books)

4.5 star reader review

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #424,021 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

Sample text:

Organic gardening has many benefits, the main one being to help promote a healthier lifestyle in general for you and your family.  Other benefits include not using harmful chemicals on our foods, thereby giving the foods we grow the maximum amount of nutrients possible.  It is good for the environment, both by not harming it, and by recycling organic matter to enrich it.  Our gardens and yards are safer for pets and children and other wildlife that may be wandering through.  It enhances soil fertility and structure, reduces erosion and helps conserve water. 

Growing our own organic garden not only can reduce our food bills, but the produce is tastier in general.  Even if one does not have the space for a full-blown vegetable garden, the benefits can be seen even by creating a few raised beds, or through container gardening.


Organic gardening can be seen as a return to an old way of doing things. All right, that might be a bit of an oversimplification, but it’s true nevertheless. One reason is that you can get all the fun of gardening without all the pitfalls and health hazards associated with modern gardening conventions.

Book translation status:

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Translator did an excellent job and was very quick as well. I could recommend her services to anyone needing translation work done.
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