How to make your own insecticide spray =Horticultural sprays are a great way to combat many issue in the garden without harming the environment or your pocketbook. Learning how to make insecticidal soap spray is easy, and this article will help.
Ladybugs are nature's aphid killers, but when you have a big job like this one, you need an easy DIY aphid killer spray! This works in one day and keeps them off! Just a few drops blue dawn dish soap and warm water in a spray bottle.
How to Make Homemade Insecticidal Soap for Plants tablespoons soap to 1 gallon of water OR 1 heavy tablespoon soap to 1 quart of water-(add vinegar for downy mildew) for controlling aphids, whiteflies, spider mites and mealybugs on my container herbs.
Fill a spray bottle (under a dollar at most home improvement and discount stores) with water about of the way to the top, add a squirt of biodegradable dish soap, and a couple cloves of garlic, minced. Mix it all together, let it sit overnight for gr
EASY homemade aphid spray that will cost you pennies. Just add tsp of dish soap to 1 qt of water, mix together, put the mixture in a clean spray bottle, and you’ve got aphid spray for all of gardening season!
Killing Aphids with Soap. HOMEMADE INSECTICIDAL SOAP CONCENTRATE cup grated soap (I use Fels-Naptha, but Ivory or other real soap - see above - will work) 4 cups hot water Stir soap into water until dissolved. Store in a jar until ready to use.
This insecticidal soap spray can be made at home for only a few dollars. It kills garden pests by coating their bodies with oil. Since insects breathe through their skin, it smothers them. Then the oil stays on the leaves making them inhospitable to furth