Added by on 2017-07-04

This video describes how I made a homemade pesticide. Use it on your vegetable garden or your indoor plants. It really worked well helping me get rid of caterpillars. The pesticide does not kill the caterpillars on contact , but makes the leaves taste unpleasant and then they move else where. Spray early in the morning or in the evening. Not in the midday sun. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Organic Pest Control for Your Vegetable GardenField Trip through the Vegetable Garden – June 2010Better Homes and Gardens – Gardening: winter vegetable gardenGraham Ross: Winter Vegetable Garden, Ep 22 (27.06.14)Container Garden Harvest Update June 6th Lettuce Tomato Kale Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed5 Easy Steps to Start a Vegetable Garden in Las Vegas or Anywhere

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19 Comments

  • PRO Pest Control Brisbane 2 weeks ago

    Goooooood Job man!!!

  • TheMangoGaming :D 2 weeks ago

    Will this work against gnats and spring tails?

  • Armando Azpeitia 2 weeks ago

    I also noticed that cattipiler repellent can also be used as mace for public protection because it's all the products that ur eyes are sensitive to

  • preeti kashyap 2 weeks ago

    Hi,How much longer,can we store this solution ..or Is this use only one time?

  • James Crowton 2 weeks ago

    I'm getting Japanese bettles on my arborvites (evergreen) trees.. Would this work and would it hurt the arborvites? thx

  • A mysterious boy 2 weeks ago

    I'm making this right now. I hope it works. I would really appreciate seeing potato crops with non-desteoyed leaves.

  • Jasmine MomOf4Divas 2 weeks ago

    I'm making this tonight and going to apply to my veggies that I'm having problems with and see how it works thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Jasmine MomOf4Divas 2 weeks ago

    I'm making this tonight and going to apply to my veggies that I'm having problems with and see how it works thanks for sharing 🙂

  • sittie jashmin montila 2 weeks ago

    thanks..

  • LanguageMan1 2 weeks ago

    I can tell you that I've made similar concoctions in the past. They work pretty well, and non-toxic to boot. I've usually let it set for at least two hours, sometimes as long as overnight. Keep your hands away from your face, eyes and ears after making or using it.

  • JAY CIBBY JOHN 2 weeks ago

    onion ,garlic n whats that 3rd one?

  • MCL Animation3D 2 weeks ago

    This is an interesting alternative; I'm excited to give it a try!  The homemade pesticide I use is a mix of vegetable oil, dish soap and water.  Works quite well for most pests, but the oil and soap will coat the leaves and influence the plant's photosynthesis (it's comparable to a person trying to see through glasses whose lens have fingerprints all over: you can still see, but it's a bit blurry).  It's good to rinse it off a few days after spraying the plant.  Perhaps I'll lessen this issue with your mix.  Thanks for sharing your green thumb advice with us, Dom!

  • Harini R 2 weeks ago

    very useful .it really worked well

  • Dudin Sali 2 weeks ago

    HUGE PROBLEM WITH SCALES HAREEEEEE HELPPP!????!!

  • KreaTiveNaTive73 2 weeks ago

    Is this good on fruits too?

  • Crissy 2 weeks ago

    I have a spider plant is this safe? Btw is it safe for plants to /use soap?

  • sinthia910 2 weeks ago

    HOW LONG IS THIS PESTICIDE GOOD FOR? I MADE SOME LAST YEAR AND SOME LEFT OVER BUT DON'T WANT TO USE IT AND  KILL MY PLANTS IF ITS KNOW GOOD.

  • ghayath2011 2 weeks ago

    Is white vinegar also good to add?

  • CAMasterGardener 2 weeks ago

    Interesting. We uploaded a video about pesticide labels. Home gardeners should read labels carefully and understand which pest the pesticide is designed for, how to use the pesticide, and how to safely dispose of any pesticide residue and the container. Your pesticide is organically based and may be very safe for growing things.