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How to Make Natural Bug and Worm Repellents for Your Tomato Plants | Hunker
Natural bug and worm repellents for tomato plants are growing in popularity as people become more aware of the toxins in traditional products. Nothing is more discouraging than to go out to your garden and find those big green hornworms munching away on your beautiful tomatoes!
To prevent FUNGUS growth, all you need is milk and water. Pour an equal amount of each into a bottle and shake. Spray your plants twice a week with this chemical-free fungicide for a healthy garden.
GARLIC is revered in my household for its flavor, and offers magical powers in the garden. Garlic accumulates sulfur which is a natural fungicide that helps with disease prevention in both your body and your garden. Deters aphids, Japanese beetles, snails, root maggots and even deer. Great COMPANION PLANT for roses, tomatoes and peach trees.
The Best All-Purpose Homemade Pesticide and Fungicide for a Vegetable Garden | eHow.com
Look no further than your kitchen counter for natural, inexpensive fungicides and pesticides. Baking soda, dish soap and vegetable oil effectively treat many problems in the vegetable garden. Combine these products with other integrated pest management strategies to reduce your reliance on commercial products.
Tea Tree Oil Fungicide for Plants
Root rot, leaf spots or blights and mildews affect all gardens to some degree. Using chemical fungicides can effectively eliminate these fungal infections, but they also can harm nearby plants and some are dangerous to use around children and pets. Tea tree oil is a naturally occurring fungicide which, when diluted, ...