Homemade weed killer using epsom salts, dawn and vinegar
Something is eating hole in my flowers, what can I do?
We've tried everything we know of & nothing has worked so far. They are mainly killing our grass, and some flowers in my flower beds. No pets so we have tried a poiso... See more
I live on a half acre in Suffolk County, LI. And we have VOLES not moles. The are destroying everything. We have tried mouse and rat traps, with every imaginable bait... See more
Moles are destroying my lawn, must be dozens.
I need ideas of the best way to get rid of mosquitoes for a outdoor Wedding.
I just got these white things on my butterfly weed plant last night, and I'm not sure what they are. They look like white eggs, but I'm not sure if they are, if they ... See more
They destroy all of my cucumbers, and squash. I have found that skipping a year of growing these vegetables slows them down, but they make a quick comeback.
Neem oil is the best way to keep bee's off your fruit trees, You must
I think I have fleas and ticks in my backyard my dogs got fleas so I got up free pass for her but how do I get rid of them from the couch carpets in backyard that's w... See more
We refuse to use chemicals on our small farm. Unfortunately we have learned that some ants can kill some plants. We tried crushed orange peel, which was effective but... See more
Many years ago I was given three pieces of a green leaf ground cover plant with a yellow flower. It has taken over my garden. I have spent thousands of dollars to ha... See more
I know there isn't anything other than making something really ugly and high to prevent bear from my bird feeder. And doing that would make it impossible to reload fo... See more
Looking for the organic weed killer that uses vinegar and dish soap? I don’t remember the amount of each ingredient. It really works well.Thanks so much.
I have a zillion ants in my mulch. When I put large potted flowers on top of the mulch they are all over my flower plants. Eventually they make their way into the hou... See more
I have tried vinegar and roundup...the entire 2 acres is covered with these wild onions.