Organic Garden Insecticides

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I am an avid organic vegetable gardener. I take pride in my garden and all the vegetables that it produces for my family. Organic Gardening has saved me money and my family is eating healthier. My one problem is the bugs that eat my veggies. Finding natural, organic gardening insecticides to rid your garden of these pesky buggers is simple and easy.

Growing your own organic garden is rewarding, money saving and healthier for our families and our environment. Protecting your garden from plant eating pests with organic gardening insecticides is just as important.There are many ways that we can eliminate these pests with household items without causing damage to your family, pets and your environment.

There are many items that you have on hand that will deter pests in your garden and you can use as organic insecticides….

1. Eggshells are a great way to deter slugs. Crush the eggshells and spread them around your plants and/or in the soil. The eggshells are like broken pieces of glass to slugs. Use eggshells in your garden and no more slugs.

2. Dishwashing detergents is another household items that you can use as an Organic Insecticide. Just mix some dishwashing detergents with water and mix well. Spray your mixture and it will paralyze the pests eating your organic garden.

3. Garlic is a great organic garden insecticide, it’s actually called an Allium, a bulb type plant that smells. You can crush your garlic, mix with water and spray your plants. Spraying your plants with this garlic mixture kills soft bodied insects and will even paralyze the flying insects.

There are many organic insecticides that you can purchase that are environmentally safe for you and your family.  Natural garden insecticides made of Neem, which is used as one of the main ingredients for natural insecticides. Neem is from the Neem Tree and is a very low toxic insecticide. Neem will destroy soft body insects and will also help in increasing the reproduction of your plants.

Do You Count The Spots On Ladybugs?
Everytime I see a ladybug, I have to make a wish and count the dots on their backs!Ladybugs are most common of all beneficial insects, these pretty predators feed on aphids, chinch bugs, asparagus beetle larvae, thrips, alfalfa weevils, bean thrips, grape root worms, Colorado potato beetle larvae, whitefly, and mites, as well as many other soft-bodied insects and eggs. Extremely cost effective, too!

Imagine ordering live ladybugs….but then again I had to order ants for my son’s school project, you just never know.

Ann Cohen is an organic garden who loves to share her tips and tricks about organic gardening. “There is nothing better than getting your hands in the soil and watching your plants grow!!! Getting a fresh organic tomato off the vine, doesn’t get any better than that!!!”

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