Organic pest control – Natural bug and insect repellents
When it comes to insects in your garden, it’s a bug eat bug world, so don’t panic. Some bugs are good for plants. But how to control the bad ones without chemicals? Here’s great advice from Scott Meyer, editor of Organic Gardening magazine.
Getting rid of fruit flies requires pouring baking soda and cider vinegar down the drain, keeping towels dry and making a fruit fly trap with a jar, some cider vinegar and a paper cone. Eliminate and prevent fruit flies in the kitchen or bathroom with information from an organic farmer in this free video on insects.
Expert: Lauren Roy
Bio: Lauren Roy has been in the natural living business for about 15 years.
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Something eating your lettuce? Get munching pests & insects out of your garden organically!
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Getting rid of grain moths requires eliminating the source of the larva, which could be in bags of sunflower seeds, in spices, in boxes of cereals, in bags of rice or underneath soup can labels. Seek professional help to completely get rid of grain moths with information from a Florida state-certified pest control operator in this free video on insect repellents. Video Rating: / 5