2 Whole Garlic Heads (Separate and peel the cloves) 2 Tablespoon Turmeric powder 2 Tablespoon Cayenne pepper (Or use any other hot pepper variety) 2 Small Squirts of Dishwashing Liquid 3 Cups of Mint Leaves (Sprigs included) 12 Cups of Water
A pesticide refers to a single substance or a combination thereof, which is used to prevent, control or destroy pests. The pests that are thus being controlled,
Growing some vegetables side-by-side can have positive effects on one or both of the plants involved. This method of planting is called companion planting, as in, a companion who supports its partner. Companion gardening is incredible easy and a great way to reduce pests, increase pollination and improve your soil.
If ground squirrels, moles, gophers, and even deer are tearing up your garden and snacking on your vegetation, try sprinkling a heavy-handed dusting of cayenne pepper directly onto plants you dont want them munching on. - My Sunny Gardens