Posts Tagged ‘pesticide’

what can i put on vegetable garden to kill caterpillars beside pesticide?

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

Have huge variety vegetable garden ant the fuzzy caterpillars are killing everything. What can I use to kill them that is not poisonous to me.? Like natural remedy or kitchen concoction, just not pesticide.

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    Rittenhouse Heat Weeders

    Thursday, February 24th, 2011

    www.rittenhouse.ca Bruces shows us the wide selection of alternative weeding products from Rittenhouse. Each of these unique garden tools uses heat instead of herbicides or other chemicals to control weeds. For more information and pricing on non-chemical weeders please go to our website at http

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      Does anyone know any good, home made pesticide recipes for a vegetable garden?

      Thursday, November 11th, 2010

      I would like some recipes to use as a pesticide in my vegetable garden that can be made from household ingredients. I used to have some but I lost them. Please help if you can I would appreciate any suggestions 🙂

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      How can I start a vegetable garden?

      Sunday, August 8th, 2010

      I’ve always been interested in growing my own pesticide free organic vegetables, but it always seemed like such a tough thing to just pick up and start.

      I live in central Florida on near the coast and its typical florida weather here. Could someone point me in the direction of how to start a vegetable garden particularly full of peppers, cucumbers, and lettuce?

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      Organic Gardening Soil – How To Ensure Soil Fertility For Organic Vegetable Gardening?

      Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

      Looking for an organic gardening book that you can recommend to learn more about pesticide-free gardening.

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