Pest control strategies
The most effective pest control strategies depend on the type of pests and the environment they are in. Generally, physical barriers, such as fences and barriers, can be effective at keeping pests away from the area.
Insecticides can also be used to kill or repel pests, though this should be done carefully to avoid harming non-target species.
Biological control, such as introducing natural predators, can also be an effective strategy.
Finally, cultural practices, such as avoiding the overuse of fertilizers and keeping the environment clean, can help to prevent pests from flourishing.