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10 Natural Homemade Insecticides

In order to have tasty and organic vegetables to treat the whole family, you should stop using all kinds of pesticides or insecticides for your garden. Instead, you can use natural insecticides that you can make at home with basic ingredients such as baking soda, soap, garlic, neem oil, and others that you can totally take advantage of. They are safe, effective, and cheap.

And in the post today, we are so glad to share 10 natural homemade insecticides that all harmful insects will be removed. You can use them at any time, any when without worry about toxic substances. Applying them in your garden means you are protecting your health as well as the environment around you. Just give them a try for your plant sometime, you will see the result that you want to. Don’t hesitate, let’s save and start right now!

#1 Baking Soda and Mild Dish Soap

This easy to make homemade garden fungicide will keep your plants healthy and deter pests. You just mix baking soda, mild dish soap, and water. You just mix the ingredients together into a spray bottle and spray your plants regularly to help them grow healthy and bug-free.

#2 Essential Oil Pesticide

This one is so easy to mix up and it works really well on all types of bugs. You use three different essential oils and mix with water and mild dish soap. Then just spray this on your plants.

#3 Natural Garlic Pesticide Spray

Garlic deters much more than vampires. You can use a homemade garlic spray in your garden to keep slugs, snails, aphids, and just about any other garden creature off of your plants. You just mix garlic cloves and water to create the solution. Just one spray is enough to deter most garden pests.

#4 DIY Insecticidal Soap

This easy DIY insecticide uses Fels Naptha soap and water. You just grate the soap and create the solution, it only takes a few minutes, and then spray all of your garden plants to rid them of those pesky bugs and insects.

#5 Peppermint Oil Garden Spray

Peppermint oil smells wonderful and it can really help you to keep pests away. There are some great DIY home spray recipes that use peppermint oil to keep ants and flies out of your home and this one uses the same essential oil to keep bugs out of your garden.

#6 Garlic Mint Garden Plant Spray

This homemade garlic mint plant spray works after just an application or two and it keeps away all of those pesky garden bugs. It is a combination of garlic cloves, mint leaves, and cayenne pepper. This mix will rid your garden of bugs and help to repair damage to plants that are already affected by insects.

#7 Oil Spray For Vegetable Gardens

If your garden is affected by aphids, spider mites, and other crawly pests, an easy to make homemade oil spray is the answer. This one only needs dishwashing liquid, cooking oil, and water and it is super effective against those bugs that want to eat your veggie plants before they have the chance to produce.

#8 DIY Insecticidal Castile Soap Spray

Castile soap is super safe for your garden and it can be very effective in keeping those pests away.

#9 Veggie Soup Insecticide

For this natural veggie soup solution, you need garlic, onion, jalapeno, dish soap, and a few other basic supplies that you probably have in your kitchen right now. You make a soup from the ingredients and then store in a spray bottle. The combination of ingredients makes this one effective against just about any bug that may try to infest your garden.

#10 Neem Oil Spray

Neem oil is excellent for keeping away all types of garden bugs and this solution is really easy to mix up. You will need pure cold pressed Neem oil, along with an antiseptic type liquid soap and some water to mix this up. You just mix up all of the ingredients than then spray your plants.

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