Homemade Bug Spray For Gardens

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If there is one thing that often gets on my nerves when it comes to my vegetable garden, it is the many different bugs that always seem to thrive in it. I have been looking for a natural way to handle this problem and I am happy to say I finally found this natural homemade bug spray for your garden.

This is a very simple recipe, that only requires three main ingredients besides water. It is all natural but is able to take care of a lot bugs including cabbage moths and aphids. You do not need a large garden to use this spray, it works well even for the smaller herb gardens.

Homemade Garden Bug Spray Recipe
Photo credit:littlehouseliving.com
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • garlic
  • vegetable oil
  • dishwashing soap
  • water
  • spray bottle
  • garlic press
  • strainer

It will take a couple of days, about three for your first batch to be ready. Nevertheless, begin by pressing your garlic with the press. Then you want to mix the garlic and the oil well in a container before, storing in your fridge for up to 72 hours.

You know the mixture is ready for the next step, when you start smelling a strong garlic odour. Its time to strain out the garlic and add your dish washing soap mixed in water. Store your spray in the spray bottle, and use on the whole plant when needed. This is a simple solution that works wonders! 🙂

You can follow step by step instructions on the Little House Living blog, here…

Homemade Garden Bug Spray Recipe


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