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It's that time of year again. The flowers are blooming, veggie gardens are spouting, and the bugs are on a mission to destroy it all. There are many chemicals out there that you can use, but my whole reason for planting a vegetable garden is to avoid pesticides.
EndALL insect spray kills bugs in all stages of life and is designed for use on both indoor and outdoor plants. It is OMRI®-listed and compliant for use in organic gardening, which is why I'm dying to try it. Sure, I could buy the store-brand toxic kind, but why would I want to go an muck up my garden with that garbage?
This spray is said to be able to kill more than 45 different insect species, even Gypsy Moths. Gypsy Moths continue to be a big problem in my area. They've been responsible for killing a vast number of trees. They crawl up into the branches and leave unsightly holes in all of the leaves, slowly and quietly destroy the trees. I'd love to see if this spray really works at getting to the moths before they get to my plants and trees. It fairly reasonable at $7.50 a container.
What do you think? Do you have any tips and tricks for keeping away these nasty bugs?