NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Closeup of aphids, My broccoli is loaded, homemade organic pesticide, howto

NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Closeup of aphids, My broccoli is loaded, homemade organic pesticide, howto

Here’s Great Tip: Closeup of aphids, My broccoli is loaded, homemade organic pesticide, howto


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I have two broccoli but one had no head on it, so I started looking and boom there they were Aphids all over the plant, they were 1000’s on one plant, so I sprayed everything. grrr I hate bugs in my garden.

Organic Recipe to kill Aphids

2 cups of water
1 tsp Tabasco
1 tsp dish soap

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23 Replies to “NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Closeup of aphids, My broccoli is loaded, homemade organic pesticide, howto”

  1. OMG I ate a TON of Those BUGS. I was eating broccoli and I ate a ton of it. then I noticed bugs in the broccoli. I wondered why the broccoli tasted funny. How many Aphids did I eat? A TON! I had to get some close up videos of the Aphids as well. Dish soap, Tabasco, onions, broccoli and bugs sounds yummy lol Great video happy there is an easy solution to avoid these Aphids

  2. these are definitely aphids. for the person saying they were cabbage bugs or something, aphids come in several colors, sizes, textures and so on. theres little white fuzzy ones (look like little feathers, or cotton balls) and little orange ones, yellow ones, green ones, black ones, red ones… …and theres several different ways to eradicate them. for those saying this isnt organic for food, you can purchase organic food grade soap, just make sure to rinse your veggies. either way…you should be rinsing them anyways…little bugs that arent good for you or fungus could be on your plants and you not be able to see …rinsing is a must these days.

  3. Great comment, "Who wants to eat dish soap?" I agree. I was growing lettuce via an aquaponic farm, 400 heads per week. I couldn't spray because the spray taste was awful, including on OMRI listed, safe up to the day of harvest, sprays. I tried vegetable oil and Dr. Bronner's soap………….worked, but again tasted horrible. At the time, I couldn't get just olive oil to emulsify into water for a just olive oil spray…………..then I learned about ultrasonic emulsions.

    I launched a Kickstarter project to bring these new Edible sprays to market……….ie, they work, AND, they are made with food so they are Edible (no soap) AND, they actually taste good if you can detect any residue at all. The base is just olive oil and apple cider vinegar, and a spicy mix adds in some essential oils, Peppermint, rosemary, garlic etc. and some spices, turmeric, cinnamon, clove. Check out the reasons why and how, and Please, back the Kickstarter so that this entirely new, safe, edible, solution can be made available for all of us growing food without poisons.
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1288123367/edible-pesticides-beyond-safetheyre-edible?ref=discovery
    rt

  4. Those are funky looking little things. The aphids we have here in the Phoenix area are really really tiny little white flies. They almost remind me of microscopic moths. They are very very fragile and just water alone usually kills them or gets rid of them. The organic soap and neem oil makes them disappear pretty much the first time you spray the plants. It is good to give them another application a few days later. Thanks for the information on the tabasco additive. I will remember this as other pest  invade the garden every so often. Good luck.

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