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Past Articles Library | Organic Pest Control & Garden Pests

Broad Spectrum and Specific Controls

Broad Spectrum Organic Pest Control:

Horticultural Oil and Dormant Oil

Homemade Pesticide Using Marigolds

Diatomaceous Earth Safely Kills Ants & Crawling Insects

Lemon Pesticide Can be used indoors and out

Homemade Insect and Fungal Spray

Proper Use Of Insecticidal Soap

Neem Oil For Pests

Orange Guard Pesticide

Integrated Pest Management

Organic Controls For Specific Garden Pests:

Control Iris Borer Organically

Control Colorado Potato Beetle Organically

Control Mexican Bean Beetle Organically

Control Cabbage Maggots Organically

Control Wireworms in Vegetable Crops

Control Flathead Borers

Control White Grubs In Lawn

3 Best Tricks to Keep Squirrels Out Of Your Garden

Control Carrot Rust Fly

Control Leafminers

Onion Maggots Control

Leafhopper Control

Control Rose Chafer Beetles Organically

Control Tobacco, Petunia, Geranium Budworm

Whitefly Control

Squash Bug Control

How To Get Rid of Mistletoe

Natural Earwig Control

Long-Lasting Organic Deer Repellent

Control Fall Webworm

Organically Repel Moles

Control Sowbugs Pillbugs

Cucumber Beetle, Spotted





Soft Brown Scale

Imported Cabbageworm

Kill Slugs and Snails Organically

Corn Earworm

Tomato Hornworm

Chewing Caterpillars

Fungus Gnats


Codling Moth

Cabbage Looper


Fire Ants




Gall Making Insects

Plant Pests of Roses

Pests of Chrysanthemums

Ten Beneficial Insects You Should Want In Your Garden

Combating Invasive Plants and Animals

Tips on Preventing Subterranean Termites


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