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DIY pest control can be a headache to learn for beginning gardeners who are already stressed by bug problems. But it doesn’t have to be! One easy and effective natural pest control technique is using eggshells in your garden. Before you throw empty shells straight on the dirt, let me teach you how to use them properly. Once you learn how to process, apply, and store eggshells you’ll be sold on how perfect it is as a beetle and slug repellent, and get the added benefit of nutrient rich soil.
When used properly, crushed eggshells can work similar to diatomaceous earth to kill harmful insects, like Japanese beetles, slugs, and snails, in your garden. Learn how to make eggshell powder, and how to effectively use it as a natural garden pesticide. Includes detailed tips for cleaning, and drying, the best way to crush eggshells into a fine powder, how to use eggshells as organic pest control, and how to properly store any leftover powder for later use so it won’t mold.
There are many uses for eggshells in the garden, and organic pest control (just like diatomaceous earth) is a great one. Learn how to effectively use eggshell powder to kill nasty bugs that eat your plants and vegetables (like snails, slugs, or Japanese beetles), without worrying about the toxic side effects chemical pesticides have. Includes details on how to use them, tips for cleaning and drying eggshells, the best way to grind them into powder, and tips for storing them for later use.
Using eggshells in a garden is a great way to help vegetable and flower beds thrive by reducing pest issues and adding nutrients to the soil. Keeping certain bugs out of the garden, like japanese beetles, slugs, and plant-eating worms isn’t always easy, especially if you’re looking for natural pest control. Thankfully, I can teach you how to make easy DIY pest control from eggshells. It's a cheap and very easy way to provide your garden with fertilizer and organic relief from troublesome bugs.
Using eggshells as organic garden pest control is inexpensive and easy! It can work as an all-natural pesticide, just like diatomaceous earth, to get rid of lots of different types of destructive and harmful insects (like Japanese beetles, slugs, and snails). Learn how to use eggshell powder to kill bugs in your garden, and exactly how to prepare them for use - including tips for cleaning and drying eggshells, the best way to grind them into powder, and tips for storing them for later use.
My guide on eggshells as natural pest control is a perfect introduction for new gardeners on DIY garden solutions that are both cheap and healthier than chemical repellents. Eggshells are a natural beetle repellent for tiresome pests like Japanese beetles, and work effectively against caterpillars, slugs, and more. I’ll teach you how to prepare and apply it in your garden, and give you bonus tips like how to store eggshell powder and why it’s the best free organic pest control you can make.
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