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FarmersOnly is an exclusive “members only” network. Members are business owners from the NCR region, and we meet every month on the second Thursday in the evening. The meetings are structured in a manner to ensure quality networking, through various strategic networking activities, business presentations, and also a short training by an external speaker. The network was started in 7567 by Paritosh Pathak , a strategic Networking coach, and Abhijit Roy , an entreprenuer and a peoples person.

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I'm pretty sure I have a aphids s on my flowers. I've read a lot of information for example spaying with soap water. if possible I would like to know if this will kill the aphids??my plants seem to be dying from the bottom also. So are they in the root of the plants. I'm going to try the soap 've never had to deal with this before and I don't want to use pesticides. I would appreciate any help you might suggest,would any type of dish soap work?

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You sound overrun with insect pests. I'm no farmer, but I use chili spray made from our own chilies, to control virtually all pests. I've never found anything nearly as effective. One may have to spray a few times over a year and spraying underneath the leaves helps a bit. Nature always has the best solutions. Just add chopped chili to water over heat and when cooled, decant into spray bottles. Avoid inhaling the fumes and avoid cheap, hyperbred chilies. No pest will return. I don't yet grow okra, but will be soon. For the flesh of produce, use a weaker solution and avoid using the spray for about 8-9 weeks before picking. Good luck

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Hi there , I got this hibiscus plant and couple days after I got it I notice the the leafs where turning yellow and falling and it was becoming more and more , I check and there was little white bugs so I knew it must be because of them, I prayed my plant with mixture of soap cayanne garlic and citrus. but it seems to get worse my plant barely has any leafs left.. I worry that its gonna dye. How to I save it

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Also try 6% Ceylon Cinnamon Leaf Oil mixed with 99% water, sprayed on the plant with a pump sprayer (Home Depot $). However you should first wash your plants with the hose set at firm pressure to wash away as much of the mold (created as a result of aphid honey dew droppings) and aphids as possible. Then spray the whole plant and a little Cinnamon Oil at the base of the plants to stop the ants that also come to eat the honey dew created by aphids. Ceylon Cinnamon Oil is a powerful mold killer and safe to eat. But dilute, otherwise it will burn the plant leaves.

Product information at the Web site of Organic Labs (the manufacturer) says the Organicide 8-in-6 Garden Spray is "soft on beneficial insects" and "will not harm Bees, Butterflies, Ladybugs" but we'd suggest that you talk to the manufacturer directly to be sure, especially as there are several formulas of Organicide available, and we're not sure which one you have.

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plainsrider, it s clear to me that you didn t read my original post. You call me an ideologue, but my point was that I felt I personally fell into a category that was not a dichotomy of city/country or left/right, etc., but rather a combination of both. You COMPLETELY failed to understand what I was saying. And, unfortunately, you make yourself look like a stereotypical country dummy with all of your misspellings and your knee-jerk views that you clearly have just been fed by someone else. I didn t read a single original thought in your post.

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Sick Euonymus with rolled leaves. My 78 year old and previously very healthy euonymus bush has developed extremely rolled leaves on much of the new growth, though part of the bush has normal new growth. The side edges of almost every leaf are rolled toward the top surface of the leaf, and the leaves are stunted and pale green. On close examination with a magnifying glass, I can see a few VERY TINY white specks that move. To me, they look like mites or perhaps tiny aphids. There does not appear to be webbing or honeydew. What can I do to save my burning bush? And to keep it from spreading to the other euonymus 65 feet away?

I am starting to have odd shaped holes in the leaves of my mustard greens which are growing quite nicely otherwise. When I looked at the underside of the leaves I found a couple of lady beetles. If I use Organicide (from Home Depot) on them will it hurt the lady beetles? I have lettuce and broccoli planted also and I don't want the aphids or whatever other pests are attracting them to get out of control.

First of all, WHERE did you get the attachments to hook to your kitchen sink??????? I also live in an apartment and am tired of carrying a bucket!!
Secondly, the best thing for aphids is Epsom salt!!! For a real large pot I use a half cup per pot. Just mix it up a bit with the dirt on top and then water like normal. Within two days all the aphids and white flies were gone. And they have NOT come back!!!!! I used it on my roses, tomatoes, pumpkin plant. Plus all my decorative plants. I also use it on my inside plants!! The Epsom Salt has something in it that the plants need!! ALL my plants are growing like crazy!!!! It seems like my pumpkin plant is growing about two inches a day!!! So remember, 6/7 cup of EPSOM SALT per pot!!!!!

Garlic oil spray has been used to battle aphids for generations. However, garlic contains sulfur, which, besides being toxic to pests, is also an antibacterial and antifungal agent. Be sure to spray the underside of the leaves where aphids gather. The one caution is that garlic spray kills beneficial insects (such as ladybugs, who are natural predators of aphids) just as easily as it kills the bad guys.

Hi, iv just started a garden and im growing sunflowers. Iv noticed the plants leaves were getting eaten and my plants are starting to tried spraying water on it with the hose and it helped some but only a little. I want to start growing herbs but I dont want the same thing to happen. Iv found two small caterpillars. Is there a spray I can get that kills bugs but is plant-safe? Preferably at home depot.

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