Friday September 25, 2020

How to be green #80

You can make a spray from a cup of hot peppers blended with two cups of water and apply it to the leaves of afflicted plant to discourage heat-hating bugs.

30th June, 2012

Love hot and spicy peppers? Luckily, the pests in your garden don't. You can make a spray from a cup of hot peppers blended with two cups of water and apply it to the leaves of afflicted plant to discourage heat-hating bugs (do a small test first to make sure your plant won't be damaged). Cayenne pepper can also be sprinkled around your seedlings to keep nosy kitties from doing their business in window boxes.

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