What can I spray my cilantro and parsley plants with in my garden?

Sandra Baird
by Sandra Baird
Every year I plant parsley and cilantro and something eats off the leaves. I have tried planting them in different areas each and the same problem exists. What can I spray them with so they are safe and protected?
  4 answers
  • Brenda L Herrling Brenda L Herrling on Jun 08, 2017
    All Natural Spray for Garden Bugs
    1. Cut up and mash the garlic
    2. Place garlic, mint, and hot red peppers in a pan of water and heat almost to a boil.
    3. Remove from the liquid from heat and let sit overnight.
    4. The next morning strain the infusion.
    5. Add a couple tsp of dishwashing liquid and spray the plants. We use 2 squirts of dish detergent per gallon of spray.

    I did this last year with my garden. I only needed to do this once and my garden was free for the rest of the summer. Good luck! Oh and don't be alarmed if you can smell the garlic - that's a good sign.

  • Ida Ida on Jun 08, 2017
    boil jalepeno peppers and put liquid in a spray bottle and spray plants I live in country and this repels animals and insects

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 08, 2017
    Spray them down with horticultural oil.

  • Sandra Baird Sandra Baird on Jun 08, 2017
    Thanks to all who responded with their suggestion to curb insects eating my cilantro and parsley. I will try all of it.