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Asked on Jul 11, 2018

Garden bugs- How do I get rid of them without using chemicals?

SDoreen HuffJeanne Grunert
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My outside garden (vegetables) have small bugs all over? How do I get rid of

them without using chemical?

6 answers
  • Rowgop (Pam)
    on Jul 11, 2018

    Here is a website that gives you different ideas to get rid of bugs naturally
  • 19628357297
    on Jul 11, 2018

    THERE IS SOME STUFF YOU CAN GET CALLED SAFER SOAP IT COME IN A SPRAY BOTTLE, BUT ALL IT IS IS IVORY LIQUID , I POUR IT IN MY JUG THING THAT GOES ON THE END OF MY WATER HOSE AND I SPRAY MY PLANTS, JUST DO IT LATE IN THE AFTERNOON WHEN THE SUN WILL NOT BE SHINING ON YOUR PLANTS , THE SUN WILL BURN YOUR PLANTS, I HAD TO USE THIS ON MY BLUEBERRIES, I WANTED TO USE SOMETHING THAT WAS SAFE FOR MY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, I HAVE ALSO USED DAWN , DAWN WILL ALSO KILL RED WASP WHEN YOU PUT IT THICK IN A END HOSE SPRAYER AND IT WONT KILL ROSES OR OTHER FLOWERS IN YOUR BEDS, JUST WASH THEM OFF AFTER YOU GET THE WASP. GOOD LUCK
  • Jeanne Grunert
    on Jul 12, 2018

    Most bugs are actually harmless, so seeing some bugs on your plants isn't usually a problem. Are they damaging them? If not, just leave them be. Nature is great about keeping things in balance all on its own, and many of the bugs you see are actually beneficial to plants and the environment.

  • S
    on Jul 12, 2018

    The bugs are eating the plants.
  • Doreen Huff
    on Jul 15, 2018

    My mom taught me years ago to put a little Dawn dish soap into water in a spray bottle and spray both indoor and outdoor plants. The soap suffocates the bugs:-)

  • S
    on Jul 15, 2018

    Do you spray directly on the plants? Thank you

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