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Neem oil is a safe and organic way to control spider mites, aphids, whiteflies, rust, powdery mildew and black spot on your garden plants

Using Neem Oil To Protect against Garden Pests

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  • ppitt5150
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    Perhaps you can offer me some adivce on another issue I had. I think my? pumpkins contracted some variant of the mosaic virus. I have thrown all of my plants away and replanted again. Check out my latest videos parts 7 through 9 to see what I am talking about

  • ppitt5150
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    Perhaps you can offer me some adivce on another issue I had. I think my pumpkins contracted some variant of the mosaic virus. I have thrown? all of my plants away and replanted again. Check out my latest videos parts 7 through 9 to see what I am talking about

  • ppitt5150
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    I used neem oil on my pumpkin plants but had disasterous results. On my first application, there were no issues. However, on my second application, some of the plants? got destroyed. I followed the directions on the bottle for both the mixture, as well as the time of day that I sprayed.The product worked really well against keeping away squash bugs and squash vine borers, but after it destroyed some of my pumpkin plants, I am reluctant to use it again.

  • Hawkbird Scarer
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    Thanks! I’ve always restrained myself from applying any type of liquids that may affect the taste of my produce. Nonetheless I could use this for bugs. For bigger predators like birds or rodents I used a Scarer ( for? example: hawkbirdscarer. com) it costs me nothing and it’s perfect because it doesn’t kill or affect the taste of my crops.

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