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Bugs get a bad rap; defective computers have "bugs"; things that annoy us "bug" us. In her "Good Bug, Bad Bug" magazine feature, organic gardener Jennifer Walliser has been converting skeptics to the realization that you can make your garden thrive by learning to attract bugs that eat plant-eating pests. Attracting Beneficial Bugs to Your Garden guides you through the process by providing 19 illustrated bug profiles and more than double that number of plant profiles. This wonderfully informative trade paperback original describes the best plants and borders for attracting those bug allies and also provides information about commercial options for purchasing them. Editor's recommendation.