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from Old Farmer's Almanac

Whiteflies

Learn about Whiteflies--what they are, how to spot them, and how to protect your garden!

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from Buzzle

Whitefly Control

WHITE FLY CONTROL Ingredients: 3 large onions. 3 tablespoons cayenne pepper. 1 whole bulb of garlic. 1 teaspoon vegetable oil. A splash of water. Blend all above and set aside overnight. NEXT DAY: strain and add some water and your pesticide is ready! Spray once a week.

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Sundews (Drosophylla) Carnivorous Plants - repinned by www.earthangel-family.de

Sundews (Drosophylla) Carnivorous Plants - repinned by www.earthangel-family.de

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from Gardeners Supply

How to Attract Bug-Eating Birds, Backyard Birds, Attracting Birds: Gardener's Supply

How to attract bug-eating birds to lessen dependence on pesticides. Bluebirds: grasshoppers, crickets, beetles, larvae, moths; Cardinals: beetles, grasshoppers, leafhoppers, stinkbugs, snails; Chickadees: aphids, whitefly, scale, caterpillars, ants, earwigs; Oriole: caterpillars, larvae, beetles, grasshoppers; Sparrows: beetles, caterpillars; Swallows: moths, beetles, grasshoppers; Warblers: caterpillars, aphids; Woodpeckers: larvae, beetles, weevils

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Nasturtium, mixed Nasturtium seed pack from Walgreen's

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from ByzantineFlowers

Organic Tomato Garden Tips

Companion planting chart - lots of troubles are prevented if you only plant compatible plants near each other.

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from The Fervent Gardener

Setting a Trap for Garden Pests – Namely Aphids and Whiteflies

I love the tomatoes from my gardenbut so do aphids and whiteflies.  Both of those tiny little buggers, plus things like leaf miners, attack plants all…

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Gorgeous Pink PETAL LAYERS #pink

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from SF Gate

Homemade Organic Pesticide for Vegetables

Oil Spray~For sap-sucking insects -- aphids, thrips, spider mites and whiteflies -- homemade oil spray = 1 Tbs dish soap & 1 cup cooking oil from a newly open bottle of oil. This concentrate must be mixed with water before use with a ratio of 4 tsps of oil mixture to 1 pint of water. Apply a liberal mist of the homemade oil spray to the vegetables once every seven days to thoroughly control the pests.

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Caring For Your Gardenias Plant gardenias where they will get morning sun and afternoon shade. Good air circulation is a must. Gardenias prefer moist, acid soil with good drainage & lots of organic matter. When planting, set the root-ball about 1" higher than the surrounding soil. Gently taper the soil up to the top of the exposed root-ball. Mulch. Pests (whiteflies, scales, & mealybugs). can be a problem. Control by applying a light horticultural oil to prevent sooty mold.

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