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Tips for home garden pest control include removing weak plants, cleaning up garden debris, mixing plant types, repelling pests with plants or other insects, and building healthy soil. Damp, dark conditions, weak plants a... More »

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It is possible to organically keep gardens free of pests such as insects. The gardener will simply need to become familiar with some organic gardening techniques that help keep pests away. More »

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There are many recipes for organic pest control that include different ingredients such as garlic, hot pepper and baking soda. To make a pesticide with baking soda, mix 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil, 1 teaspoon of bleach... More »

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Cedar oil is sometimes effective for pest control, depending on the garden and the type of pests. Cedar oil works by permeating pest insects and affecting their pheromones. Some gardeners claim it works, and some claim i... More »

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Visual clues can be the a good way to identify pests in a garden, yard or home. Plant or property damage, nests, animal droppings and actual pest sightings indicate the need for further research on pest prevention, contr... More »

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To naturally prevent and control pests, maintain lawns and gardens, and clean the home on a regular basis to remove the pest's food sources. Remove all water sources from the home and property. Control ants and cockroach... More »

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Budget pest control typically includes the basic services needed to reduce or eliminate pest populations in the home. In some cases, homeowners may choose to complete the pest removal after an initial treatment by a prof... More »

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