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Homemade Natural Insecticide - Kaylee Thurman

Garden pests chewing holes in your plants? Try this easy inexpensive DIY natural insecticide. (Word of caution: do not spray when plant is in full sun, wait for cooler, late afternoon or a cloudy day.)

Garden pests chewing holes in your plants? Try this easy inexpensive DIY natural insecticide. (Word of caution: do not spray when plant is in full sun, wait for cooler, late afternoon or a cloudy day.)
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Homemade Natural Insecticide - Tips.net, Kaylee Thurman One great way to (irradicate garden pests) is liquid soap. You take one part liquid soap, and one part water and you put it on your plant. This will keep most bugs away. If the soap doesn't work, I have another way: 1 bulb of garlic, 1 small onion, 1 tablespoon cayenne (red) pepper, 2 tablespoons liquid soap, and 1 quart water. Mix all the food ingredients and water. Then let it sit for about an hour, and then add the soap. Once all the foam goes away, you can put it in a spray bottle. It's good for about two weeks if you put it in the refrigerator. This is a great natural, inexpensive insecticide and it works just as good as the store bought insecticide.

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