NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: How to Control Aphids, Whitefly & Spider Mites Organically without Spraying

NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: How to Control Aphids, Whitefly & Spider Mites Organically without Spraying

Here’s Great Tip: How to Control Aphids, Whitefly & Spider Mites Organically without Spraying


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John from interviews Jan Dietrick and Ron Whitehurst from Rincon Vitova Insectaries in Ventura, California to share with you how you can rid your farm and garden from Aphids, Spider Mites, Whitefly, Thrips and other bad bugs organically without spraying.

In this episode, John will interview the principals at Rincon Vitova, an insectary that grows beneficial bugs and teaches people about biological controls in the garden or on the farm to reduce the use of toxic chemical pesticides and practices that can damage the planet.

You will learn the answers to how to start using Biological Solutions For Pest Management by planting beneficial plants, growing healthier plants, releasing beneficial insects, and much, much more.

Jump to the following parts of this episode:

0:01:30 Why did you decide to start this business?
0:05:30 What you can do about Aphids in Your Garden?
0:08:09 How can Can You deal with Spider Mites biologically?
0:08:20 How to Set up your garden to encourage beneficial Insects
0:14:45 What can you do about fungus gnats?
0:18:30 How to Deal with Squash Bugs biologically?
0:25:13 What to do if Beneficial Insects Don’t Work?
0:29:20 Best Growing Practices to Discourage Bad Bugs
0:37:14 How has the Warming Climate Help your business?
0:45:45 How do you deal with Gophers
0:48:58 How to deal with other Rodents
0:52:30 What are you opinions on corn gluten bates for rodents?
0:54:00 What is the Global Regenerative Business Award? How can business be more regenerative?
1:02:44 Get all your pest problems questions answered?
1:04:47 What Im taking home from Rincon Vitova for my Pest Problems
1:07:49 Special offer for GYG Viewers from Rincon Vitova

After watching this episode, you will learn how you can control aphids, fungus gnats, squash bugs, Gophers, Spider Mites, Aphids, Whiteflies, and more using only biological and organic methods so you dont harm yourselves or the planet.

Referenced Episodes:
Rincon Vitova Insectiary Tour

2017 Eco Farm Episode

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22 Replies to “NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: How to Control Aphids, Whitefly & Spider Mites Organically without Spraying”

  1. Jump to the following parts of this episode:
    0:01:30 Why did you decide to start this business?
    0:05:30 What you can do about Aphids in Your Garden?
    0:08:09 How can Can You deal with Spider Mites biologically?
    0:08:20 How to Set up your garden to encourage beneficial Insects
    0:14:45 What can you do about fungus gnats?
    0:18:30 How to Deal with Squash Bugs biologically?
    0:25:13 What to do if Beneficial Insects Don't Work?
    0:29:20 Best Growing Practices to Discourage Bad Bugs
    0:37:14 How has the Warming Climate Help your business?
    0:45:45 How do you deal with Gophers
    0:48:58 How to deal with other Rodents
    0:52:30 What are you opinions on corn gluten bates for rodents?
    0:54:00 What is the Global Regenerative Business Award? How can business be more regenerative?
    1:02:44 Get all your pest problems questions answered?
    1:04:47 What Im taking home from Rincon Vitova for my Pest Problems
    1:07:49 Special offer for GYG Viewers from Rincon Vitova

    Learn more about Rincon Vitova Insectaries
    http://www.rinconvitova.com/

    Call them to get solutions for pests in your garden
    800-248-2847
    tell them you saw them on GrowingYourGreens for the special offer.

    Full Rincon Vitova Tour Episode
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6iHWyrM_3A

  2. I was interested right to the point that it all went "Global Warming / Climate Change". Too bad…I believe in being good stewards of our planet, but the hysteria in climate change is unsubstantiated and highly suspicious. Keep it healthy, John. Otherwise, keep up your great work. Keep rockin' the earth!

  3. APHIDS… Use ecological washing up liquid! My mistake…
    I used ordinary dish liquid (has addef chemicals) which stripped the protective layer from my pepper leaves and they died.

  4. John,

    major kudos for calling out the cannabis growers who use toxic chemical pesticides, especially those applied by foliar. this is all too common here in Michigan and quite unfortunately lots of the end products are considered, top shelf medicinal grade at the dispensaries…

    Joe

  5. JOHN! Come to Dallas, NC and do a video on Earth Farms for their garden soil!!! I would love to hear what YOU have to say about them since I would like to buy soil from them if it is some good stuff!
    Earth Farms

    351 Colt Thornburg Rd, Dallas, NC 28034
    (704) 922-1775

    https://g.co/kgs/WYtL9q

  6. I used Twinkies. eat two or three then stop going to garden at all, and stopped noticing pests. enjoy more time but n bed in curled position withild abdominal pains that pass usually. Twinkie has nice 45 year shelf life and kill cockroach too. best food around. no lie, eat organic fertilizer directly for added mineral in diet.

  7. I would love to help people as you do, first off because I live in North east Florida and the bugs are bad here. I think I could help alot of people. I have started a market garden and currently sell to a restaurant but how would I be able to grow and breed some of these beneficial insects and predatory insects so I can help people have easy access to some of these guys? Thanks.

  8. Hey John, do you have any good natural methods of keeping animals away from vegetables and fruits? I live in Berkeley, Ca. and we have a big population of deer that are very bold and can hop 7 foot fences if they want. Maybe wolf piss? But I don't come across many wolves and that gets expensive.

  9. John! I watched this video from start to finish and even when your last video first came out I called up Rincon and bought a pack of midges! I love the idea of using beneficial bugs for bug control! It's such a blessing to learn how we can work toward making ourselves "spot free" when it comes to the ecological impact on this precious planet.

    Rincon spoke to me about the midges, but didn't say anything about the included ant trap, which I did talk to them about briefly… I wonder if they will include that when they ship the midges. Even if not, it's easy enough to make my own ant traps using borax and sugar and placing it on a large leaf or Dixie cup bottom that's easily accessible to the ants.

    Thank you for taking the time to try and better the planet's ecosystem.

  10. great stuff John!
    QUESTION i have some 100 mg/ml nicotine that is a bit to oxidized to make eliquid with and had always wondered what strength dilution nicotine is used in agriculture as a pesticide ? i have found lots of misinformation on making a tea from filthy old cigarette butts but i will never try or recommend that. i do not have pests and will try something safer when i do but still curious about the nic.

  11. Give those ants what they want. Mix half powdered sugar and half baking soda together. Put it in something that the rain can't get into but the ants can. Pop can or something turned sideways. Takes about three weeks for it to get packed back to their nest and work. It swells their stomach up with gas and they can't fart,so they explode. Will stay gone for six months. Works in the house so I figure it will work outside.

  12. i need the insects to fuck off so i dont have to kill them cause i dont like spraying things and i cant be bothered basically, i dont wanna bing in other insects over and over again tho theres gotta be another way ill try yelling at them

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