Saltspring Island farm and garden

Who are we?

Supplier of beneficial insects

Dynamic Supplies is celebrating its 10 year as a distributor of beneficial insects; including predatory insects & mites, parasitoid wasps, and predatory nematodes. We offer priority shipping across Canada and free local shipping (with minimum order) on Salt Spring Island and South Vancouver Island.

Supplier of farm and garden supplies

Dynamic Supplies is a distributor of custom brewed compost tea, botanical pesticides, biological pesticides, fertilizers, grow media, garden tools, safety equipment, irrigation, lighting, and hardware. We offer priority shipping across Canada and free local shipping (with minimum order) on Salt Spring Island and South Vancouver Island.

Agricultural advisory service

For the past 15 years we have been advising in Integrated Pest Management (IPM), biological pest control, predatory insects, greenhouse production, permaculture, cannabis production, and sustainable and organic agriculture.

Also we have accredited lab partners who supply us with soil nutrient testing, leaf nutrient testing, compost testing, and compost tea testing for biological organisms. These services are offered fro growers on Salt Spring Island and Vancouver Island.

Founder and Crop Consultant

Bejay Mills has been a Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.) with the British Columbia Institute of Agrologists (BCIA) since 2009 and has been a Crop Protection/ Integrated Pest Management consultant for 14 years.

His connection with agriculture started while being raised on a farm in Alberta and later on Salt Spring Island, BC. He started studying horticulture 20 years later, in 1999, at Camosun College and Kwantlen Polytechnic University, gaining a Greenhouse Production Diploma and a passion to use beneficial insects to control crop pests instead of spraying chemicals.

Bejay gained moreĀ  experience while studying Permaculture, installing edible landscapes and irrigation systems, working in a commercial insectary raising predator insects, and later managing pests in a cut flower greenhouse for several years.

He then went to McGill University to study Plant Science for a BSc. degree in Agriculture. He specialized in crop pest management, soil science, compost tea, and organic crop production. During his studies at McGill, he also worked for the university to develop, implement, and manage the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program for the university research and teaching greenhouses. That work later turned into one of his research projects, as the development of the Pest Control Manual and a Pest Scouting Database for the university.

Since moving back to the Westcoast 14 years ago, he has spent time doing crop scouting and advising for berry and field crops, conducting research with a predator bug producer, and managing pests for a licensed cannabis producer. While doing these jobs, he always managed to continue to do pest management and soil health consulting for growers of all sizes and types, selling beneficial insects to growers, and working on his hobby farm with his family.