How To Make Your Own Pesticide with Ingredients from Your Kitchen

Posted on April 14, 2011  Comments (1)

Video by the Singapore National Park Board, on creating your own pesticide with just water, dish-washing liquid, chili, garlic and cooking oil.

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One Response to “How To Make Your Own Pesticide with Ingredients from Your Kitchen”

  1. Pam
    July 9th, 2011 @ 3:57 pm

    Is this ok to use on cantaloupe I have watermellons, cantaloupe, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, green peppers, strawberries,corn, and pumpkins planted but the buggs only seem to be interested in the cantaloupe I bought pesticides at the store, big mistake, it didn’t stop the bugs but it did try to kill my plant anout half the leaves died but luckly it is growing agian just has bits and holes all over it and I can’t find anything that works. I live by a river and there are a ton of bugs.

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