All-Purpose Garden Insect Pest Spray - GrowingRealFood

So the other day my husband and I are out back watering our garden… when all of the sudden we see them.

Lots of them. Aphids. Worms. Bugs. In one day our beautiful plants had suddenly been attacked by so many bugs we didn’t even know what to do.  We of course wanted to stay clear of the pesticides and chemical ridden products you get at the store… but we wanted to attack these bugs as quickly as possible. I love this all-purpose garden insect pest spray and it worked like a charm:

This all-purpose garden insect pest control spray combines the repellent effects of garlic, onion, and hot pepper with the insecticidal properties of soap.

For decades the editors of Organic Gardening magazine have collected pest-control remedies and recipes from readers. Several ideas were repeatedly offered as safe, effective insect controls.

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So glad I found this or our plants might have been goners. All-Purpose Garden Insect Pest Spray - GrowingRealFood

 

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7 Responses to All-Purpose Garden Insect Pest Spray

  1. MikeLintro says:

    Insect spray seems like it could help my garden out quite a bit. I have had problems in past years with all my plants dying, just because of dumb bugs. In fact, I haven’t even had a garden for a few years, just because I don’t want to have to deal with pulling everything out after it dies. It takes way too much time, and it makes me sad every time they die. http://www.nypc.com.au/termites.html

  2. bryanflake1984 says:

    Last year my tomato’s got demolished by garden bugs.  I actually want a garden this year.  Is there a single product that I can spray that will keep the bugs off my produce?
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  3. Michael2327 says:

    This is really cool that your spray has the effects of garlic, onions, red peppers along with soap. Would this spray work with only these few pests you’ve mentioned, or should it work with all? My zucchini and tomato’s last year got over taken with pests and I don’t want that scenario again. http://www.rpcandtermite.com

  4. JordanJohnson2 says:

    I feel like I’ve been waging a war in my garden for a few years now. At the start of the season my plants are all ground healthy. Inevitably, the pests come and destroy all of my hard work. I will have to try out some of the remedies that you linked to within your article. Wish me luck!  http://cavanaughspest.com

  5. jasonshwartz1224 says:

    Being able to have some kind of insect spray for gardens is a great option. I know that there are so many different options, but this really sounds like something that can really be all purpose in the end. What really stands out is the fact that it can be sprayed right on the plants. Thank you for sharing. http://www.borispestcontrol.com

  6. JohnnyShi1 says:

    I didn’t realize that organic products could be useful in repelling bugs. We just started planting our garden for the summer and a product like this would be really useful. I will definitely have to learn more about it. http://www.craigandsons.com/

  7. EbonyKleinman says:

    I’ve wanted to chance to grow a small garden, but that’s hard to do when you’re in a rental apartment with no garden space. I’m sure any plants would be attacked as soon as they were planted, considering how many bugs get into our house. This insect spray actually sounds like it would work pretty well without the harmful chemicals. I have heard peppermint works well with keeping bugs away; would that be good to use on plants? http://chem-wise.com

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