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natural bug spray Brew a pot of coffee and let it cool. Pour into spray bottle and spray on plants. It freaks out the bugs and gives your plants (if they are the type that need it) a tiny shot of nitrogen.

from An Oregon Cottage

Homemade Garlic-Mint Garden Insect Spray

Easy to make and use, homemade garlic-mint garden insect spray was tested on badly attacked basil plants & a vine and worked with only 2 applications!


sprays all the plants citrus juice and garlic. The citrus kills off aphids, while the garlic repels slugs, and discourages any aphids from crawling back again. Here’s how to make it: Ingredients 2 large lemons 3 cloves of garlic 1 tablespoon of crushed chillis 1.2 litres of boiling water

from The Prairie Homestead

Organic Pest Control Garden Spray

Homemade Garden Pest Control Spray Recipe

from Premeditated Leftovers

5 Homemade Bug Spray Recipes

5 Homemade Bug Spray Recipes- Don't let bugs destroy your garden! These DIY sprays will eliminate pests for a fraction of the cost of store-bought products.


How to control aphids organically. Use lemon juice as an organic way of killing and repelling aphids from the plants in your garden. | Something I need to try for some plants in my garden. ~cam

from Moving Towards Peace

The ancient art of burning sage

Burning Sage will repel mosquitos and other pests. It smells heavenly, and avoids exposure to toxic chemicals. Like and Repin. Noelito Flow instagram


For garden plants - Home-made bug spray and a leaf eater caught - Raised Urban Gardens

from Martha Stewart

Natural Pest Repellent

To repel Slugs and Aphids. 1 peeled onion, and 2 peeled garlic gloves, 1 teaspoon cayenne,3 cups of water. Blend and let sit overnight. Strain. Keeps in fridge for 1 week. Coat plants generously.


Gallon of water, 1 chopped onion add to gal of water. let it sit under the sun for 3days and spray it over your veg plants, n flowers to keep bugs from eating the leaves. I personally used it on the lawn and around the windows n doors to keep the bugs n mosquitoes away and it worked. I read this in magazine from old sturbridge village. Cant recall what year.