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10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden

For pesticide-free gardening, use our natural solutions to protect yourself and your garden! #Gardening

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Garlic Water For Plants: Easy DIY organic pesticide:

for the skin: bug be gone: homemade all-natural and non-toxic bug spray!

DIY Pesticides and other Organic Gardening Tips and Tricks

How to control aphids organically...using lemons

Spiders hate peppermint! Put some peppermint oil in a squirt bottle with a little water and spray your garage and all door frames. - interesting!I knew it helped keep mice away but i didnt know it worked for spiders too, ill have to try it # Pin++ for Pinterest # great-ideas

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Grow garlic now...after reading this I will NEVER buy garlic from China again!

Cultivar cebollas reciclando garrafas de agua. Buena idea para experimentar en casa o en el colegio

Rid your garden of aphids by spraying your plants with a solution of vinegar and water. 1 cup vinegar to a gallon of water. Vinegar is a natural pesticide so you can get rid of many critters by using a solution mixed with water.

natural, homemade garden pesticides. going to make the soap spray this weekend, something is eating my basil and green beans!!

The top 10 garden insect pests and how to control them organically

my kids swell up with the biggest welts from mosquito bites, I'm going to give this homemade mosquito spray a try and see if that helps us this summer

Make the base: 1 head of garlic 1 tablespoon red pepper flakes 1 cup water Make a batch of insecticidal soap: 2 tablespoons base mixture (above recipe) 1/2 teaspoon liquid dish soap 2 cups water http://www.sweetpeasandpumpkins.com/2012/06/homemade-earth-friendly-insecticidal.html

Natural Pesticide recipes

Self Watering Windowbox - this might work for me since I'm far from having a green thumb...

My mother in law always did this, I though it was the chemicals in the peel that made it work so well. Just flatten a banana peel and bury it under one inch of soil at the base of a rosebush. The peel’s potassium feeds the plant and helps it resist disease...works for tomato plants too.