Use This Soapy Water Spray to Kill Soft-Bodied Pests in Your Garden

Got some pesky pests in your garden? Worried that they’ll destroy everything you’ve planted? No need to fret because easy solutions are now available for this kind of problem!

To prevent pests from eating away your crops, you can simply create an effective homemade spray. You’ll need 3 things to make this: a dishwashing liquid, spray bottle, and a few liters of water. Mix the dishwashing liquid and water thoroughly, and pour the solution into a spray bottle. Then you can start using it in your garden.

This spray is a good repellent for soft-bodied pests like aphids, bugs, and whiteflies. These particular pests have the ability to multiply fast, and they can’t easily be seen because they can camouflage themselves according to the plant’s color. If you don’t address the problem right away, they will surely destroy your garden in no time.

So if you want to protect your organic garden, make this simple water spray now to get rid of those pests! But be sure to test it out on a little patch in your garden first to see if it affects any of your plants. If it doesn’t, then by all means, spray away!

For more information, check out Gary Pilarchik‘s 4-minute video below and share it on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest today.

Video Source: Gary Pilarchik YouTube Channel