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    On Just A Couple Acres: ~How To Kill Squash Bugs, Squash Bug Eggs, and Nymphs~

    Great idea! Keep squash from getting out of control by using an upside down tomato cage.

    DIY root cellar - what to do with all the extra winter squash and potatoes

    Squash (or zucchini) trained upward using a circular tomato cage- perfect for use in square foot gardening forums.gardenweb....

    How to Prevent Shriveled up Baby Cucumber, Cantaloupe, Melon, Squash, Zucchini, and Pumpkin Plants by Hand Pollinating

    Cheap, easy, AND organic! This is the best way to kill squash bugs! | www.reformationac...

    Killing squash bugs

    How to deal with squash bugs- got to try this, they are destroying my garden!

    Melon and squash cradles: raises melons and squash off the soil for even ripening while increasing air circulation underneath fruit to prevent rot

    Stop Squash Bugs in Your Garden

    natural fertilizers and bug repellents

    9 Ways to Kill Weeds without Harming Mother Earth

    Growing squash and zucchini plants vertically. I might just have to try this next year- i wonder if it would cut back on squash bugs....

    How to tell when your Carrots, squash, melons, onions, peppers and other veggies are ready to harvest! Great guide for beginners!

    2 c vinegar, 1T liquid soap, 1Tsalt….will kill anything! DO NOT USE ROUNDUP.

    Nontoxic Pest Control in the Garden Scatter crushed eggshell around your plants and flowers to help deter plant-eating slugs, snails and cutworms without using eco-unfriendly pesticides. Also, deer hate the smell of eggs, so scattering eggshells around the flowerbed will help keep Bambi away from your begonias.

    Eggshells in the garden: deter slugs and are a great source of calcium for fast growing plants!

    keep bugs off your garden plants Mix black pepper with flour. Sprinkle around your plants. Bugs will no longer invade your garden. It works within 24 hours and is even more effective than some synthetic pesticides. Plus, it doesn’t contaminate groundwater, harm humans or other animals, and insects do not develop a resistance to it.

    Root Crop Storage Bin- root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter and even grow sweeter in this storage bin. Just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand.

    ways to reuse eggshells