MAKE THIS HOMEMADE GARDEN INSECT SPRAY TO KEEP THE BUGS AT BAY
Some bugs can be really annoying to gardeners. Even people can use a variety of products for eliminating them, they won’t leave the plants. Regarding that, gardeners should know that there is one homemade product that can be used for promoting plant growth and at the same time keeping them safe from garden pests. If you prepare it and use it regularly make sure that you are going to have a fabulous garden next spring and you can enjoy there with no insects around you.
Garlic is exceptionally good on- a toxic pesticide that removes pests since they cannot stand with the garlic smell. Moreover, garlic is an economical product with no side- effects to people. Until now it has been proved that garlic keeps away slugs, borers, whiteflies, beetles, termites, ants, and worms.
Mint as a natural pesticide is very important since it has a very pleasant aroma and refreshment effects. It can be grown from seed and does not require special conditions, environment etc. it is easy to grow.
The last thing that you should know is that red cayenne pepper is also well- proved natural pesticide. The powder or spray of it keeps ways animal pests and insects. You can buy one in the garden stores or you can make your own at home. We suggest you plant red pepper in your garden.
These mentioned plants and products can be used separately for eliminating insects out of the garden. They can be used in raw form (planted in the garden) or added in spray and applied all over the garden plants. However, if you make them together and make a spray of them then make sure you have the best spray and solution for insects.
- 2 whole heads of garlic, cloves separated and peeled
- 3 cups of mint leaves and stems
- 2 tsp. of dry red cayenne pepper
- 2 small squirts of eco-friendly dishwashing liquid
Mix together the garlic and mint in a food processor, then take the mixture, apply it into the pot and pour 3 liters of water inside. After that, add the cayenne pepper inside. Boil the pot and when it is boiled remove it out of the heat and let it stay overnight, the following morning take it and strain it. Add the liquid into spray bottles and add inside small jest of dishwashing liquid.
Shake the spray bottle well and then apply the mixture on the leaves of all plants you think are affected. Leaves should be sprayed from both sides. Practice this procedure every morning for 2 months.