Alice G
Alice G
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Help With Wandering Jews


I recently posted pics of droppings coming from my 4 wandering jews. I think I may have found the culprit this morning. I flushed the plants out but only found this one
help with wandering jews, gardening
help with wandering jews, gardening
help with wandering jews, gardening
help with wandering jews, gardening

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  • Mary C
    on Feb 13, 2014

    exactaly @ Linda T.....if we keep killing off these creatures, who are doing their natural job, we ourselves will lose our food, flowers, plants, ect....reading up on home remidies or google for them, will keep the plants safe, and make the caterpillar desire to move along to something else....so i would probably find a mixture such as soapy water, take the plant outside, wash it off, and then let it set in hopes of the catepillars desiring to leave....and there may be other natural remedies which could be applied to keep them from not wanting the plant.....hope this helps.... ty...

  • Eilene Culloty
    on Feb 14, 2014

    I've been growing tomatoes indoors, use a feather to tickle the flower, tomatoes are growing.

    • Linda T
      on Feb 16, 2014

      @Eilene Culloty Why a feather? Simply use a very fine artist's paint brush and carefully dip into each flower. I bet a feather wastes a lot of pollen. Also don't forget to go back to the first one you dip, so it gets the pollen from others.

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