House Digest writes that chemicals can be harmful to the very plants that you are trying to protect, as well as to the insects that won't bother your plants.

Eco-friendly solutions can be more beneficial in the long run at disposing of the harmful insects and can help your yields prosper. One of those is taking good care of the soil that your plants grow in, because that is their source of nutrients.

Natural feedstock solutions and composting

A simple way to build and maintain a high-quality soil is to plant clover, especially during the cold months, when you're not likely to grow anything.

Clover has the ability to capture nitrogen from the air and fix it in the soil through its roots, as this element is crucial when it comes to growing any plant, so you want to make sure your earth has plenty.

Composting is another great way to give back to the soil what came from it and it can be done through disposing of organic food waste directly in the dirt. Leftovers from cooking, banana peels, you can put them back in the soil that you want to improve and by doing it constantly, you will achieve success.

Rotate your crops and add beneficial bugs

Avoid planting the same crops over and over again, as this can increase the chance of pests appearing and affecting them and it could also lead to lower yields over time.

If you really want to grow the same plants every year, such as tomatoes, for example, try and change their position in the field and plant a different crop in their place. This way, insects are less likely to infest the plants that they usually feed on.

Some bug species can actually help your crops, as they will feed of the pests that would otherwise destroy them. Ladybugs, non-predatory beetles and spiders are some bugs that can protect your plants from nasty pests, all without any risk of damaging your yield in any way.

Build a home for the little helpers

Even these beneficial little predators need a place to call home, which is why you should focus on adding a proper one for them, if your existing crops are not suitable for them to inhabit.

This can largely depend on the place where you live, so you might want to add local plant species to your garden to boost the chance of attracting wanted visitors. Some experts suggest that certain species of yarrow can help attract some of the much-needed predatory bugs that will act as a shield for your crops.

Additionally, you will also be able to create a healthier ecosystem, by boosting the number of species that live in your garden or around your field.

These are some of the nature-based solutions that can help you give up on using chemicals and if done right, you can enjoy a fruitful yield every season and also improve the quality of your food.

Giving up chemicals is essential for the whole agriculture sector, as these artificial solutions can be detrimental to the health of the soil, ecosystems and even to our own.