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2021 Garden thread..

Discussion in 'Preppers' Corner' started by Timmy59, Mar 28, 2021.

  1. dennishoddy

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    Wow. Looking good everyone!!

    We're finally getting some sunshine here.
    Worms attacked early on but I think i got them beat down a bit
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    First zuccini of the year and it's a biggun. Zuke.jpeg
     
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    My califlower is getting destoyed by some kind of bug.
     
  6. chadh2o

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    I have aphids on the maters. Arrrg. Soap solution is not working. Tonight I applied diatomaceous earth.
    Any more ideas other than leaf by leaf scaping the little buggers off.
     
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    If your'e trying to stay organic, neem is probably your next option. If you really want to knock them out,Azatin xl.
     
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  8. MacFromOK

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    Vinegar alledgedly repels some bugs.

    Not sure how well the plants would like it though. :anyone:
     
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    The diatamaceous seems to have cut the population by 50% or better in 24 hours. I hit them again tonight.
    Tomorrow morning the sprinklers will come on for the first time. Hopefully that will help also.
     
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    Well, before you put the DE down I would say ladybugs. They’re the best organic way to knock down aphids I’ve found, but DE will kill them too. IDK if there’s a way to get rid of the DE or not.
     
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