Looking for an organic pest-control approach for the garden? Many people don’t want to use chemicals that poison the atmosphere, but then you may think it’s going to be more difficult to get rid of pests. That is not. There are a lot of misconceptions about the management of organic pests and I can assure you it is very successful. Here are a few tips for handling organic pests. Read more on Independent Pest Solutions.
Note first of all that every plague has a solution with another insect. For example, ladybugs will eat the aphids that could cause havoc in your garden, while the praying mantis will be happy to eat the majority of pests that come in your garden. A good way to do that is to have plants that will attract these beneficial insects, so they can protect your garden. You can buy some on specific gardening directory as well, for example you’d buy some praying mantis eggs, then you just got to put them in your yard, follow the instructions, and you’ll get a few in no time.
When it comes to the bigger rodents, including moles and mouses, it’s best to catch them or use some repellents before they destroy your garden too much. If we are thinking about some creatures that are a bit more risky to deal with, like a skunk or snakes, then consulting a professional would be a good idea.
If you don’t want those ladybugs or praying mantis to leave the job, then take note of this strong recipe. It is the perfect sustainable pest control method for garden pests. I call it the spray from the garlic flames. You need to blend 2 or 3 garlic cloves with a few large hot chili pepper (it will work too with cayenne pepper) and 2 tablespoon vegetable oil. Place that in the blender, strain it well, and add the final ingredients. Add 1 tablespoon of dishwasher soap and about 1 liter of water. Again add this, and combine well.
You should frequently use that garlic fire spray, particularly after rain and if there was any dew in your garden, because it will dissipate. But this recipe is very strong, even the beneficial insects like the ladybugs will get rid of everything in your garden. Neither spray over, or you may be harming your plants. You can also use this spray to repel the bigger bugs, you just need to spray near their holes and there’s a good chance they’ll find another lawn to mess with.