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24 Blogs Explaining How to Make Your Own Natural Pesticides for the Garden

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While pesticides are necessary when it comes to keeping your plants alive, commercially available pesticides can be harmful for your garden and your houseplants. When used in a garden, the vegetables end up coated with a harmful spray that affects any wild life that consumes the plants, as well as your family. Even ground water can become contaminated. By using homemade natural remedies, however, you can be sure that everything is organic and safe if ingested.  Take a look at these 24 blog entries to learn recipes for making your own pesticides.


Aphids, slugs and many other types of pests can cause extensive damage to your vegetable crop.  Often, these insects can cause so much damage that you may not be able to harvest anything.  However, by mixing up a batch of homemade insecticide you can treat the bugs and prevent any further damage to your crop. For pesticide recipes for vegetable plants, check out these six blog articles.


Have you ever looked at a rose that had holes in its leaves? This is an indication that the rose in unhealthy and needs to be treated with an insecticide. Homemade solutions allow you to keep your flowers healthy and ensure that your family and pets stay safe. In addition, homemade solutions are much cheaper than their store-bought counterparts. Read through these six blog posts to find various homemade treatments for flowering plants.

Fruit Trees

Everyone wants the fruit that they pick off of their fruit trees to be smooth and blemish free, but if you are fighting an insect infestation you’ll likely find that you’re picking more damaged fruit than not. To combat this, you’ll need a spray insecticide that isn’t harmful if ingested. These six blog entries will give you options for treating your fruit trees.

House Plants      

Gnats, fruit flies and other insects can get into your house and live on your houseplants, destroying them in the process.  There are several different ways you can treat your houseplants for these bugs, and you’ll find many different solutions in the following six blog posts. Take a look and see if you can match the pesticide to the pest to have the most success.

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