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    Eggshells make a wonderful, organic pesticide. Works to kill Japanese beetles, flea beetles, snails, slugs, and other pests in the garden. And it's FREE!

    Reusing Eggshells - Practical Savings ► Composting ► Pest Control ► Seed starting and more...

    James Bryan had a bright idea that resulted in something brilliant... #Tomatoes #gardening #organic

    4. Don't throw out the water your boil your eggs in. This water contains tons of calcium that your plants will love. Just let the water cool and dump it on your plants Also a bunch of other really random helpful tips

    Cornstarch - Tomatoes best friend - safe alternative to poisons - helps deter many garden pests that feed on tomatoes

    Growing Carrots? - Introducing The Laziest Way To A Bumper Crop Of Clean, Fresh, Mouth Watering, Pest Free Carrots... and the proof!

    Eggshells as Organic Pest Control. Works to kill Japanese beetles, flea beetles, snails, slugs, and other pests in the garden. And it is FREE! | GetBusyGardening.com

    What to do with Eggshells

    Diatomaceous Earth is a super-fine dust that kills by abrading and dehydrating crawling insects. It controls slugs, ants, cockroaches, earwigs, fleas, and other crawling insects without the use of chemicals.

    Garden Pests A-Z | List of Garden Pests for Natural Pest Control

    How to Use Eggshells to Get Rid of Snails and Slugs

    Yellow can attract (and therefore trap) two of the worst gardening pests, the destructive cucumber beetle and the dreaded squash vine borer.

    How To Start a Ladybug Garden! The benefits of having ladybugs in your garden include being able to cut back on pesticides and ridding your flower beds of aphids and other insect pests.

    10 tips for getting rid of Japanese Beetles

    Penny Ball for the garden. Pennies in the garden repel slugs and make hydrangeas blue. I love this idea. It looks old and new and beautiful - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

    How To Get Rid of Pesky Earwigs and Slugs with BEER. (or pop)

    Use Irish Spring to keep out #garden pests - including squirrels, deer, and mice! #DIY #organic deterrent.

    Copper tape to keep slugs out of garden boxes. Copper roof flashing could work too.

    Slug and snail deterrent ~~ Don’t dump out that last bit of coffee that you didn’t finish, throw it in a spray bottle and spray your plants to naturally deter slugs and snails. Also, you can make a slug “fence” around the garden with the grounds. This is a double bonus because as the coffee grounds deter slugs, they are also a great addition to soil and earthworms love them!