When and what NATURAL kind of pest control can I use for our garden?

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  • Kba28478716 Kba28478716 on Jan 08, 2018
    This link takes you to a site with all types of natural pest controls.

  • DesertRose DesertRose on Jan 08, 2018
    Some people use their dish soap (2 TBSP in a gallon of water) and a TBL spoon of veggie oil also, mix and fill a spray bottle. Spray the underside of the leaves as well as the tops and any bugs you see. After 2 hrs rinse so you do not burn the leaves. Some people use several drops mint oil in a spray bottle of water. Most bugs hate mint and you can leave it on without damage to the plants.

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Jan 08, 2018
    Do you mean pest control as in bugs, or critters that eat your plants.

  • Rob32328534 Rob32328534 on Jan 08, 2018
    Hi Lori-I'm a master-gardener from Va and I sprinkle bloodmeal and/or bonemeal around the perimeter of my garden to repel critters like rabbits and voles. For insect control, I use companion plantings of marigolds, sage, lavender, petunias and catnip. Most strong-scented herbs are natural repellents. Don't plant marigolds around green beans-lavender seems to work best against bean beetles and Japanese beetles, from my experience.

  • Sharon Sharon on Jan 08, 2018
    Oh I love Greener Ways

  • Cindy Cindy on Jan 12, 2018
    You can spread out some shredded Irish Spring bar soap. You can shred the bars on a box grater or even in a food processor. Animals and insects hate the taste and smell.