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  • Shannon Muha

    ...getting rid of aphids and spider mites with home remedies and way more.

  • Kristy Elkins Niehaus

    Adhesive tape lifts small insects from plant leaves (and other ways to get rid of garden pests).

  • Christie Bergen

    Up to 90 percent of problems with aphids, mites, and spittlebug nymphs can be cured by a strong blast of water. You can also use adhesive tape to remove aphids and other small insects from plant leaves. Wrap a long piece of tape around your fingers (sticky side out), and blot off the bugs. For spider mites that persist use a buttermilk spray. Combine 1/4 cup of buttermilk and 2 cups of wheat flour in 2-1/2 gallons of water. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle, shake thoroughly

  • Claudia Marin

    35 pest and disease remedies. Adhesive tape lifts small insects from plant leaves.

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