NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Organic Non-Toxic Pest Control that is safe enough to EAT!

NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Organic Non-Toxic Pest Control that is safe enough to EAT!

Here’s Great Tip: Organic Non-Toxic Pest Control that is safe enough to EAT!


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John from shares with you an all-natural pest control that is safe enough to eat yet effective in killing many pests in your garden. In this episode, you will learn about a food-grade naturally mined product that is super cheap, non toxic and generally more effective than anything the pesticide companies have to offer.

You will discover more about this unprocessed, diatomaceous earth, what it is, how it is used, why it works, how to apply it and so much more.

Some of the pest D.E. is effective on includes: Fleas, Ants, Cockroaches, Bed Bugs, Ticks, Silverfish, Beetles, Earwigs, Pill Bugs, Crickets, Spiders, Aphids, Spider Mites, Flies, Stink Bugs, Tomato Hornworm, slugs and so much more.

To purchase the Diatomaceous Earth, visit

Be sure to use the discount code GYG2014 for 10% off your order. Be sure to order $75 to get free shipping to maximize your savings.

Please see

for the other way I organically control pests in my garden.

48 Replies to “NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Organic Non-Toxic Pest Control that is safe enough to EAT!”

  1. Yes, you can consume it. It won't hurt ya. I've put a tbsp in some juice. Just be sure to follow up with some fluids afterwards because you can get constipated if you don't. LOL Is there food grade rock dust?

  2. Covered my budding cannabis, 1 plant was infested, tried every damn thing I could. THIS IS IT. I was having fun sticking my finger in it and showing my son I could taste it, tastes like baking Soda. A Close look at the leaf shows the webbing and mites just dead, nothing moving. it really coated the damn webs really bad, I used a 40x and 90x magnifier to look at them. I will for sure hit them next time a week or 2 before flower, heavy. They didn't seem to blink at being coated, from what I see they were working right through it, bud and all even. I want to try and use my Green Cleaner one last time and big fan to dry them out as fast possible. I can say the rest is Bullshit and I tried at least 5 other things suggested or seen online as the killer, they were all a joke. Not this. 11$ and 4LBS did everything far cheaper than other stuff like GREEN CLEANER, Mite Killer, soaps, NONE of that was even close to the devastation this brought to them and the plant is doing fine. This is great for all plants. The guy that showed me this does hydroponics growing all his own food and loved this stuff. He was so right. Many Thanks Dude! I have learned a lot more from you , love the worm casting videos, lots to learn.

  3. Does anyone know if wheat can be done hydroponicalllllaally…&/or aquaponically?

    Thanks for the videos…love organic but I only know what a or is…not to be confused with a ganic is….the process must not be processed even though everything is processed but not in the Wild…. that must be what a ganic is. …but you can’t add an ore..cuz the ganic is wild and even if you beat it with an ore it won’t be organic….but then again maybe not.

  4. Diatomaceous earth ( /ˌdaɪ.ətəˌmeɪʃəs ˈɜːrθ/) – also known as D.E., diatomite, or kieselgur/kieselguhr – is a naturally occurring, soft, siliceous sedimentary rock that is easily crumbled into a fine white to off-white powder. It has a particle size ranging from less than 3 μm to more than 1 mm, but typically 10 to 200 μm. Depending on the granularity, this powder can have an abrasive feel, similar to pumice powder, and has a low density as a result of its high porosity. The typical chemical composition of oven-dried diatomaceous earth is 80–90% silica, with 2–4% alumina (attributed mostly to clay minerals) and 0.5–2% iron oxide.[1]

    Diatomaceous earth consists of fossilized remains of diatoms, a type of hard-shelled protista (chrysophytes). It is used as a filtration aid, mild abrasive in products including metal polishes and toothpaste, mechanical insecticide, absorbent for liquids, matting agent for coatings, reinforcing filler in plastics and rubber, anti-block in plastic films, porous support for chemical catalysts, cat litter, activator in blood clotting studies, a stabilizing component of dynamite, and a thermal insulator.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diatomaceous_earth

  5. There's a video on YT with an older man talking about how Diamataceous Earth killed his garden, including earthworms. Is this true? did he use too much? wrong grade? etc? I ask as spring has sprung and i need to be prepared with products but more importantly, knowledge.Thanks!

  6. I HAVE SEEN MOST PEOPLE USE D.E. IN LIQUID FORM TO AVIOD POSSIBLY BOTHERING BEES BY GETTING A BOTTLE WITH A SPRAYER THAT CAN SPRAY EVEN UPSIDE DOWN SO THEY CAN SPRAY THE UNDER BOTTOM OF THE LEAVES AND DOWN AT THE GROUND AND ROOTS OF THE VEGETATION.. THEY WOULD ALSO SPRAY EITHER IN THE MORNING OR IN THE EVENING AT WHAREVER TIME YOU NOTICE BEES AND SUCH ARE OUT AND ABOUT…

  7. THE KIND OF DIATEMACEOUS EARTH YOU SHOULD BE SURE TO PURCHASE IS 100% FOOD GRADE D.E. I HAVE USED D.E. IN MY YARD FRONT, BACK AND UNDER THE BUSHES ALSO. IF YOU HAVE PETS LIKE CATS AND DOGS, IT HELPS THERE BY KEEPING YOUR YARD FLEA FREE AS IN YOUR FRONT YARD OTHER DOGS GO INTO IF IT IS OPEN AND THEY MAY LEAVE FLEAS.. EVERY TWO DAYS WE WOULD SPRINKLE THE D.E. IN OUR YARD WEARING MASKS TO PROTECT THE NOSE AND LUNGS , WE WORE GLOVES FOR SAFTY PURPOSES AND IT ALL WORKED OUT GREAT AND STILL DOES TO THI DAY SINCE I MOVED BACK DOWN SOUTH….

  8. I love DE. I’ve been using it for years on my plants, Cats, and for pest control. You have to be careful because some companies with also add chemical pest control to the produce. I told my mother about it for her flea infestation. I told her food grade only for the cats, the dog, the bedding etc. she bought it and when I looked at the package it had actual pest control in it. Poison. How DARE these companies dupe us like this. Anyway thank God I stopped her from using it. So people be careful and READ! I have a question. I’ve never used it I. My garden beds. Will this affect earthworms? I would think it would. I like my earthworms.

  9. Would Diatomaceous Earth work with Cannabis plants in the late-flower cycle? (buds formed and all)

    Spider Mites are @$$H0%#$!

    I'm thinking that I can just spray DE everywhere, then allow for the air circulation/fans to eventually remove the DE from the plants before harvest. Thoughts?

    Maybe give them a compressed air spray afterward?

    HELP ME PLEASE!!! :0

  10. i used to manage properties and have used this stuff in many apartment units to get rid of all bed bugs. btw, … for those who live in a coop or dorm or shared living situation just know that using heat (lots of space heaters or just hot sun), UV light (you can use a black light) .. and this stuff (DE) on your space and it will be immune to bed bugs… to this day I sprinkle some around home and even closet corners, bases of furniture etc from time to time just out of precaution. – I had problem once 12 yrs ago when i was investing in pre foreclosures… then learned about this stuff and have been spread de ever since and never had a bug problem again. 🙂 not to mention helped out a lot of folks who they had to pay hundreds of dollars for a pest guy to come 🙂 Thanks again John!!!

  11. Hey I had a product for ants got it on amazon 10 years ago the instructions were to sprinkle it around ants homes, and then watch for piles of ant parts it said it made the ant hallucinate and cannabalize each other!lol it came in a small brown wrapper like you would see drugs packaged, the best part is it was packaged at a Malaysian highschool.

  12. earth worms are and important part of our soil structure , the are and asset to the garden !!! where you live you may not have them . I am told that they do not live in sandy soil . I would not mix it in my soil here i want them they detoxify soil also ! I have used hydrate lime and it works very well and is cheep . Just remember that it has to be hydrate lime , and your duster will work best when there is a little dew on the leaves and then it sticks and you dont need massive quantity on the plants . Also lime will not hurt your earth worms , but will raise your ph and add calcium , which is needed by most plants and is also organic

  13. Use food grade DE only! I use DE on my animal's food for horses, pig, chickens, dogs, for deworming and they seem to really like the flavor. I also put it on the ground in my chicken coops for dust baths for mites, etc. and can do the same – dust on the other animals for mites, fleas… So must use food grade as it is non toxic if people &/or animals will be exposed to it.

  14. hey john your roaches are small my roaches are 2 inches big they all fly the simple why to kill them i drink beer maybe 6 cans after work put i put them on the floor thy might have a few drops left over but when i get up my big feet knocks them over the roachs love beer me to but when they drink they just fall over on there backs the ones that drank a little less don,t ran away they just freeze they don,t bite everything put on this world has a job to do so much food can u eat it all i only eat all if times get bad u see if they bite me i am the fed if not have a great day u smaller pests if times get really bad u might be my next snack u eat young plants from the earth to eat them if i was a plant u are eating my babies u have not been to were i come from if u wake up tomorrow have a great day for my plants i say live or die most listen some don,t you can talk to plants they listen they cant talk but they do brown leafs no flowers put u do,n,t understand

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